What makes social networking so popular are features such as friend networks, tagging, blogging, photo albums, and forums (a.k.a. These features allow people to connect with other people in different ways beyond traditional user search engines.Users of can find each other by interests or hobbies and keywords that they enter themselves, rather than checking off predefined responses that are limited in number and may not accurately describe the individual.This allows users to quickly find people with common ground to make faster, stronger connections and relationships with each other.
is a free online dating site with built-in social networking features.
Users can post an in-depth dating profile, upload photos, add tags (a.k.a.
keywords), post a blog (online diary), create a network of friends, and participate in forum topics created by other users.
Participants debated the question, “Should Government Accept Same-Sex Marriage?
” Arguing “yes” was Mary Bonauto, attorney for Massachusetts' GLAD chapter, who argued the Massachusetts Supreme Court case, and Jonathan Rauch, author of Gay Marriages.
Arguing “no” was Hadley Arkes, political science professor at Amherst University, and Genevieve Wood, Vice President of the Family Research Council.
Each debate team was also joined by a Boston University student.
Following formal arguments debaters responded to points and questions brought by the audience.
Lauderdale, FL, April 25, 2006 --(PR.com)-- Online Singles, LLC is pioneering the online dating space by combining popular features of social networking sites (such as Myspace, Friendster, and Facebook) with online dating.
Major social networking sites have broad user demographics, and the great majority of their users are not seeking love or new relationships, or are teenagers.
Sifting through thousands of profiles to find new relationships on a general social networking site is like finding a needle in a haystack.