The Fast Lane of Romance
Today's technologically advanced singles find themselves fitting romance into busy schedules. Primping their pages at places like Myspace and Facebook, building online profiles on dating dedicated sites like Perfecmatch.com and Lavalife.com, and registering for racing style lunch dates and dinner venues, these lovers find companionship and fun in record time.
With a need for speed and a desire for the pleasant friction of new relationships, single people making the new dating scene may sometimes find the adrenaline rushes to their heads. Slowing down to consider their victories and cut their losses, they may hope to assess their progress. Various innovations in match making hint at diverse success rates, but few are willing to publish their scores. Social networking sites like Myspace and Facebook make no pretense at being the place to meet new people, though there are applications for each that seduce romantic hopefuls for online interludes. Rather, these websites promote the notion of the extended network, the idea that adding a friend of a friend of a friend creates exponential opportunities for a variety of different relationships and encounters.
Web personals services like eHarmony and Match.com, dedicated to internet love connections, take a different approach. Offering a variety of screening methods for potential lovers, the relationship experts at online matchmaking sites take polls, administer questionnaires, and apply a scientific element to helping potential daters make their first introductions. These sites are reticent regarding their success rates, but most assure that, exploring similarities between eligible men and women; they have helped high percentages of lonely hearts find the mates who complete them.
Speed dating, an innovation that works sort of like a sexy progressive dinner, allows singles that know what they want to decide within minutes whether or not a romantic applicant has what it takes to stay in the game. This stands up to scrutiny, the experts with various speed dating companies, such as FastLane and It's Just Lunch say. Speed dating enables busy singles to consolidate the first meetings to move head on into a relationship. While some of these meetings are no doubt more like head-collisions, many of them end in triumph with happy coupling or marriages resulting from the victories.
Regardless of the hard evidence, there is no doubt that the internet has changed the world of singlehood. With opportunities that span the globe, the dating world shrinks, and the potential for romance booms. Online opportunities like social networking, internet matchmaking, and speed dating prove that the time for change in the world of romance evolves quickly.
Posted by eDatingCentral.com Aug 30, 2008 1:08 pm
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