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Outsourcing: the dating game: as many organizations have learned, choosing to outsource your IT infrastructure to a hosting partner is a complex task that is really more a journey than a destination. Two customers talk about how they selected a provider and how relationships developIn February we invited industry leaders to participate in a roundtable discussion on outsourcing Internet infrastructure and the

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Hot biz: online matchmakingThe future of online matchmaking is no longer the bastion of lonely singles searching for love. According to market

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The latest trend in romance - Speed DatingOne of the latest dating trends to sweep the nation could soon put an end to your lonely nights. Speed dating is the newest and most

The profiler: how I

The profiler: how I learned to flirt online where not everything is as it seemsThe great thing about getting older is that many of life's mysteries become a little less baffling, especially

Finding the Real You

Finding the Real You OnlineMany people get a thrill when they look for their names on the Internet and something actually comes up. That is

Two different worlds: when it comes to hooking up online, lesbians are from Venus and gay men from Mars - Love & Sex On The Internet

That the Internet continues to revolutionize dating for gays at a faster pace than for heterosexuals is no surprise. "Gay people are just early adopters of new technology in general, especially when that technology allows them to connect with one another,"

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Sequoia courts online dating agency success

ONE of the venture capital firms that cleaned up with an early punt on Google is making another offbeat investment, in online matchmaker eHarmony, writes John Sterlicchi.

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Dating world - Wall Street West - MatchNet PLC acquires sole ownership of its Australian operations - Brief Article

MatchNet PLC, an online dating service, has acquired sole ownership of its Australian operations and acquired the rights to its Australian Web site, domain names and trademarks.

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Regional stereotype seeks same

Nerve.com's dilemma was not unusual: With its high-brow take on sex, the site had plenty of readers, but how could it make money from them? Internet ads weren't working for anyone. T-shirt sales

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Sizing up Internet Benchmarking Tools: The measurements for success of your online site vary depending on your strategyCondeNet's answer was swoon.com. The relationship hub, until recently the online content conduit for Conde Nast titles Mademoiselle, Glamour and GQ, was shut down despite the fact that both its audience and usage came close to that of sister site concierge.com,

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