I understand why Town & Country shoehorned three techies into their "Sexiest Bachelors 2014" list. If coders are the new bankers, and bankers were the new imperial vassal lords (or something), it fits. To a regressive glossy, powerful parvenues are the best bachelors—but try not picking the creepiest in Startupland.
Jack Dorsey is known for betraying everyone close to him, writing bad poetry, and taking terrifying stoic serial selfies. Town & Country notes "The SF-based Twitter co-founder became a billionaire last year but still rides the bus." The bus? Laa-aaadies! I'm also pretty sure he's not a bachelor, but whatever.
Next up is Joe Lonsdale, who T&C notes is a "protégé," of arch-villain technolibertarian Peter Thiel, and can boast co-founder status at Palantir—easily one of the most unsettlingly sinister private companies in existence. Make sure you keep a password on your phone around this stud!
Finally, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, who also made headlines for betraying a best friend, and then turning down an unfathomably large amount of money. "Patience or hubris?," Town & Country asks. Most recently he spurned his reality television train wreck girlfriend in a failed attempt to fuck Taylor Swift.
Why not pick Eric Schmidt, or Dave Morin? At least they'll show you a good time