Technologies, from e-mail, to chat rooms, instant messaging and mobile experiences, have proved to be a big pull with those looking for love.
Is this is the end of the “blind-date”?
Has online dating killed the “blind date”? Technologies, specifically videophones with the 3G specs, are revolutionizing dating services as we may or may not know them. Mobile service providers and the manufacturers behind the phones, are realizing a huge potential for video based content and services, especially relating to dating services that currently flourish online.
However, what this means is that both the phone providers and services need to somehow securely assure users and the public that only those old enough can access adult services such as a dating venture. The last thing you or any parent wants is their child accidentally calling a videophone of an unsuspected user of a dating match-up.
Now, online dating technology is a means to connect people who usually feel embarrassed or uncomfortable talking to people they just met (particularly in a date scenario). If someone is not comfortable with how there night and acquaintance is going, he or she can simply end their chat instantly. While at the same end of things, the other person on the line knows whom they are actually having a discussion/meeting with. Traditional online meet-ups pose whether the person they’re talking to is really who they say they are.
Frank Wilson is a retired teacher with over 30 years of combined experience in the education, small business technology, and real estate business. He now blogs as a hobby and spends most days tinkering with old computers. Wilson is passionate about tech, enjoys fishing, and loves drinking beer.