TIME HEALTHLAND - Jan 4 - According to a Stanford University/City College of New York study, the Internet was the third most popular place to meet a new love interest in 2009. The complaints about dating sites, however, are persistent. There are too many people telling whoppers about themselves, too many profiles of people who don't exist. That's where Facebook comes in. Women are more open to approaches from guys who know somebody they know. People are less likely to lie, or put up a horribly inaccurate photograph on their Facebook profiles, because their friends will call them out. FULL ARTICLE @ TIME HEALTHLAND
Mark Brooks: Friendster and Facebook were both created with 'getting laid' in mind. Social networks double as strong dating hookup sites. Dating sites compete by offering more privacy, and a pool of active, motivated and responsive really-single singles.
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