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Social networking sites have given everyone the ability to have a personal section of the Internet without having any kind of functional knowledge on how to program a web page. That accessibility has put so many people, young people especially, online with Facebook or MySpace accounts that the very real possibility exists that before ever going on a first date, your potential mate might know everything about you.

With the power of Facebook and MySpace to hold all of your personal interests and the power of Google to ferret out every instance of your name online, getting a backlog of research on a potential date is now easier than ever. With just a name or even an email address, you can get favorite bands, a series of pictures, comments from their friends, blog postings and even some of the strange personal stuff that normally wouldn't come out on a first date.

A recent article in the Beacon News talks about just that phenomenon and even brings up an example of a woman that put a potential date's name into MySpace and came away with naked pictures of the man in a bathtub. Needless to say, they didn't meet. The moral to that and the rest of the social networking craze may be to make sure you are prepared to handle what you find. Just as you may get a notion of what kind of music a potential date might like, you might also found out about an unhealthy obsession with vampires, another example cited in the article.

However, the premise that finding out these basic facts detracts from an actual date is simply not true. No matter what information you might find out about a person you may be dating, good or bad, the in person relationship you might have with that person will probably have little to do with that. Just getting an idea of what someone likes or is into does not equate to getting an idea of who someone is.

Posted by eDatingCentral.com Apr 30, 2007 12:07 pm


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