Wall street journal dating article
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Especially for recent college graduates who suddenly find themselves without the social anchors of a campus, going out on "a random," as Internet dates are referred to, is like jumping into a pool of sharks.
Ignighter.com, a free site geared toward 20-somethings (their median age is 24), was created in 2007 to solve these problems.
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Realizing this change and relaying that observation has been a big surprise, as I am not politically aligned with the WSJ, and did not think such a change would occur.
Team Dating's 40,000 members are concentrated mostly in urban areas and field teams that average three people.
Instead, these young men and women want to have their dating lives simulate the way they meet people in real life: through concentric circles of friends.More importantly, I often begin the day reading the WSJ and appreciate discovering the many unique stories...Although your annual obligatory and sarcastic “ take” on Patrick’s day is wearing thin.Other dating sites, like Zoosk.com, which reports it has 50 million users world-wide, are also moving away from the old-guard online dating model, on sites which talk about personality matching but often feed choices that boil down to height, income and body type.Later this year, Zoosk will start matching people based on taste in books, music and movies.