I've always been a private person, which sounds funny because I write a blog. But I am. I've never been one to spill my secrets, share my angst, or otherwise reveal too much unless I know and trust you. I don't crave the spotlight. I just like to write. There have been a few articles lately on . . .
I was inspired by a post from the insightful Jeffrey Platts, who seems to always tap into those challenges in life that I'd rather not admit to or deal with. Like the fact that I compare myself to my colleagues and friends, especially when I'm online...what they are doing/ saying on Facebook and . . .
I'm taking an informal poll...how many of you people out there have dated someone you met over Twitter? I know people who met over Facebook, but Twitter seems a little harder to assess. It's pretty easy to flirt, but for some reason, it feels very removed from real life to me. And Facebook . . .
I'm trying to keep an open mind here, but dating is turning into a bit of a circus. I'm talking about Brian, the 23-year old in NYC who plans to go on 30 dates in 30 days, and leave all of his matchmaking, moves, etc. to those of us on the Interwebs...specifically Twitter, Facebook, and . . .
There was a survey conducted recently by online dating company DatetheUK among 2,000 of its members. When asked whether they had broken up with somebody via text, Twitter, Facebook, or email, more than half of those surveyed responded yes. To be exact, 34% had broken up over email, 13% over . . .
I guess I knew the day would come where people were no longer required to talk when introducing themselves. I used to host speed dating events (I should speak about these more...but that's a whole other story). So, I should figure that new ways of meeting people would keep cropping up. The thing . . .