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Among those who are married or in a committed relationship: The remainder of this report, with the exception of the discussion of sexting, examines the role of these technologies in the lives of Americans who are married or in a committed relationship.

Specifically, this includes anyone who describes themselves as: Throughout this report, when we refer to “couples,” or to people who are in a “marriage or committed relationship,” we are referring to the 66% of the American public that falls into one of the three categories listed above.

Additional demographic details about these groups can be found in the appendix at the end of the online dating report.

by Cristen Conger | Apr 9, 2014 Has online dating made it easier to meet people and find long-term romance?

Cristen and Caroline trace the fascinating history of people using technology to find love, romance in the mobile dating app era and whether Tinder and Grindr are threatening monogamy.

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by Cristen Conger | Apr 15, 2013 This post begs a hackneyed intro, so here it is: Are you a heterosexual woman who wishes she could read reviews of prospective boyfriends to find out whether he's a stud or a dud?

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    Steve

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    Steve

    For over 2 years now, I have belong to many different pay dating sites. (I can only pay attention to about 7% of these anyway) Believe me... Scammers exists everywhere, whether it's dating sites, or online auto dealerships. But it's been my personal experience that Mingle2 has done a pretty damn good job of working to get rid of these kind of people...

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    Steve

    There are also great member profiles to be found, as well as plenty of opportunities to strike up a conversation.

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    I may be the first one to wrap all those elements into a project explicitly designed to be Hopeful and Upbeat About the Future and hopeful, ultimately. Of all the 14C stories I’ve read so far (and I haven’t read all of them), “Incorruptible” is the only one which explicitly grapples with an inherent shortcoming of the X-Prize paradigm itself, and suggests a possible (albeit SFnal) fix.

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