rj11 - Laura Simon Mr. Burns Eng 110-031 4/13/07 RJ-11 Over...

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Laura Simon Mr. Burns Eng 110-031 4/13/07 RJ-11 Over this past century, online dating has become a phenomenon. Online dating sites are constantly being developed and renovated in order to produce the best available dating material and match up females and males the best that they can. Virtual blogs can also help two people meet and communicate as well. Many people who are divorced, widowed, or just haven’t found their “soul mate” hope that cyber space will be able to help them find their perfect match; the person of the opposite sex that is best for them and that will fit their needs. Although online dating and blogging is so popular, how do people know if the person on the opposite side of the computer is someone that they will like in person and not just based on the exchange of e-mail. Virtual relationships are not the total representation of a person and the full package is needed in order for two people to decide if they really are compatible. When involved in an online relationship, the true person is not fully exposed. Yes, there
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course ENGL 110 taught by Professor Slovak during the Spring '07 term at University of Delaware.

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rj11 - Laura Simon Mr. Burns Eng 110-031 4/13/07 RJ-11 Over...

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