DailyDirt: Looking For Love In Some Of The Wrong Places

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Online dating is by no means a new thing anymore, and by some counts, we’re on the third iteration of improvement for internet dating. So that means we should be pretty close to perfecting these services, right? (Third time’s the charm?) Matching algorithms will probably get better and better with time, but then so will expectations. Here are just a few interesting links for geeky singles out there.

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Ninja (profile) says:

I’ve used dating sites and it was an interesting experience. While I do think they can work yes in the end the best way to get yourself a partner is just to be minimally social (as in hang out with friends, by yourself etc). From my experience people with similar tastes tend to go to similar places enjoy similar stuff which is when things start (and this actually includes online forums, communities and so on). Also, one very good source of new contacts are the friends of your friends (which is how I met my current partner).

Beta (profile) says:

perfect match

“The Secret Diamond Club takes advantage of some economic tricks to try to match up rich men with attractive women. The real secret, though, is that it probably doesn’t work at all — and it preys on lonely people with money.”

So… it acts like attractive women. Can we match it up with a venture capitalism organization, one that is willing to give lots of money to possess a company that looks good?

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