Ever since the New York Times covered Lulu, a service that lets women anonymously review men, last week, I’ve been poking around at how my networks feel about this brave new world of online dating and complementary services. In case you’re not familiar, this is how it works, briefly. Women log into Lulu using their […]
Adapted from a recent online discussion and continued from yesterday. Dear Carolyn: As someone with similar Googlable “skeletons” in my family closet, I would really encourage yesterday’s letter-writer to think about exactly why it scares her [that her date’s father apparently killed his mother]. The possibility of having to meet the father? What other people […]
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WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of a horrible new trend in dating apps, in which we follow our most basic human instincts.
The other day I realized there was something missing in my life, so I set out to find a solution. Online dating is in vogue, which makes sense. The internet already has no small part in satisfying most of my other needs.
Tinder, the app that sets people up with romantic matches by geographic proximity, is expanding beyond dating — or at least, the company is hoping to. Tinder is best known for its addictive,…
1D Day on Nov. 23 went from silly to serious when Piers Morgan surprisingly quizzed Harry Styles about his recent date with Kendall Jenner.
“I wanted to combine my love of animals with my expertise with online dating, to create what I think is a much more advanced and forward thinking product that helps people find pets to adopt,” he told me. “The current model …