S.-based psychologists concluded just the opposite: “The ways online dating sites typically implement [their] services . The search for mates (or the temptation to search for mates) will soon be mobile and transparent, and it will be constant.
A new book by journalist Dan Slater, , argues that something momentous and irreversible has happened to modern-day dating and relationships.
So it shouldn't come as a surprise to see that Williams' name has landed in a bunch of headlines this morning.
At a press launch, Facebook reps showed off the new product, explaining that it could be used to search for restaurants, or for job recruiting.
As online dating becomes the dominant path to relationships, it shifts the way these unions are built.
The question, casting forward, is how that will change the very institution that many daters seek—marriage.
And where is the incentive to work through relationship difficulty when it’s so easy to access alternatives?
Online dating sites offer a panacea: a soulmate whose interests, background and disposition are congruent with ours.