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Best Dating Sites of 2014: A Review

Online dating sites have been on the rise since the invention of the Internet. And now in March of 2014, several popular review sites have given us a view of what’s popular and what’s not in the world of online dating. For those still getting up to speed, online dating is a form of dating that allows users to create …

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James Holmes: Mass Murderer Looking for New Love

James Holmes is reportedly on the market, Ladies. Fox News reports that the mass murderer set up two online dating accounts, one on and another on There’s only one problem. There may not be a chance to watch a sunset or picnic in the park with this bachelor. Holmes, 25, in case you didn’t know, pleaded not guilty …

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People Are Checking Your Facebook Page Before Dates, and Other Fun Facts on Single People and Tech has just put out their third-annual “Singles in America” study and it contains some pretty interesting information on how people are using social media and the internet in their dating/sex lives. Probably the most telling piece of data collected in the study is that nearly half (48%) of all women surveyed do some Facebook digging on their date partner …

Read More Sued Over Relationship That Ended in Attempted Murder

50-year-old Mary Kay Beckman has filed a $10 million lawsuit against dating site, placing blame on them for a 2011 incident that left her nearly dead. In September of 2010, Beckman met her “match” on the site, 53-year-old Wade Ridley. But after just eight days, she decided to break it off. Four months later, he broke into her house …

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The Merits of Online Dating [Infographic]

People represent themselves accurately on the internet, right? No. No, they don’t. But that doesn’t stop people from dating, or at least from looking for a hookup, online. Your options here are many: you can look for one-night stand with a bot on Craigslist Casual Encounters, an affair on Ashley Madison, or a good, wholesome partner on sites like ChristianMingle. …

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New Tech Can Track Where You Look On Dating Sites

Dating sites can be a wealth of information for those looking for that special someone. The looking part is being studied by Tobii to determine what men and women spend their time looking at on dating profiles. Tobii in collaboration with their research partner AnswerLab were using their new X1 Light Eye Tracker technology to showcase the main benefit of …

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Internet Dating: Who’s Really Out There?

We see the commercials all the time, I found my mate on or E-harmony, or whatever services their advertising these days. Everybody is so happy and their significant other is everything they aways wanted. It all starts with your customizable personality profile! How exciting!!!!! I can’t wait. If you’ve ever read any of these profiles, they are almost all …

Read More Partners With Yahoo On New Dating Service

Dating website, owned by Internet company IAC/InterActiveCorp, has reached a deal to become the exclusive online dating site on Yahoo. will replace Yahoo Personals, allowing existing users to switch over to the new service " on Yahoo." The two companies say they are working together to help users make a smooth transition to on Yahoo.

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CNN’s New Domain and Other Topics

There is a lot going on this week and it is only Monday, January 21st 2007. I thought I would catch you up on some of the interesting, totally unrelated things, not in any order of importance. I considered covering each of these items today, but

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MySpace, Facebook To Spread the Love.

Christmas isn’t even here yet and the social networking giants Facebook and MySpace are already focusing on Valentine’s Day. MySpace will introduce members to a pickup artist, while Facebookers get access’s Little Black Book, both in efforts to help members’ love lives.

You remember in college when you had a large circle of male and female buddies and everything was awesome until two of the buddies started dating and then it just got weird? Well, Facebook and MySpace are looking to mimic that phenomenon online.

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