Just ahead of Valentine's Day, in today's Tech Report Rich Demuro is diving into the world of online dating to share some new features.
Popular dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and Match have all added new features to help users find their true love.
a firm no on their request to film his new dating series on the island, again expressed its disgust with the franchise after a production company representative further narrowed the request to just interior shots of cast members’ homes, The Moultrie News reported Wednesday (scroll down for the good stuff).
The newspaper reported that council member Carol Rice told the representative: “I appreciate your predicament, I really do, but I just can’t support anything that’s even remotely like a distant cousin to ‘Southern Charm.’ It just shines us in the absolute worst light. We know that while “Southern Charm” is ridiculous, Charleston is not.
NEW YORK — A new dating app called Hater matches up singles with others who despise the very same things they do.
Forget about doctoring up a bubbly version of yourself as most do in dating site profiles, Hater allows you to keep it real.
Now, some dating app creators say there has to be a better way to help people forge connections IRL.
Hotline, which launched Monday in New York, wants to bring authenticity and discernment back to online dating. ” until after you’ve spoken on the phone at least once.
But Hotline founder Sam Ballantyne, who turns 28 on Valentine’s Day, set out to do the opposite.I would repay you the favor, but I have no idea what you’re into.Shep, for his part, expressed his disappointment in a particularly Shep-ian way.By the way, she also doesn’t appear to understand distant cousins ... “Saying that it has anything at all to do, in any way shape or form or 1 percent, with ‘Southern Charm’ makes it a negative as far as I’m concerned,” council member Barbara Bergwerf said in an earlier meeting, according to The Moutlrie News.“I mean, that’s been a horrible representation of Charleston, and if it fell off the earth and never showed up again in anyone’s Netflix I would be pleased.” Good lord. Also, thank you, Barbara, for wishing away other people’s guilty pleasure.