Wall street journal dating article
Instead of just going out alone or in pairs, a bunch of people -- roughly equal numbers of each sex -- engage in a social activity together.One group of three or four friends meets up with another.Other dating sites, like Zoosk.com, which reports it has 50 million users world-wide, are also moving away from the old-guard online dating model, on sites which talk about personality matching but often feed choices that boil down to height, income and body type.Later this year, Zoosk will start matching people based on taste in books, music and movies.
Money flow measures the relative buying and selling pressure on a stock, based on the value of trades made on an "uptick" in price and the value of trades made on a "downtick" in price.
By HANNAH SELIGSON To the untrained eye and ear, the scene of young professionals sipping cocktails with a steady stream of popular music playing in the background seemed like a typical Thursday night at Forum, a trendy Union Square watering hole for those born around, say, 1983.
The only clues that there could be something out of the ordinary taking place were a bright orange sign that said "Ignighter" and a large supply of blue drink tickets that were cycling through the crowd.
I don’t often agree with EB but I have noticed the apparent change and do read and appreciate the well-reasoned perspective.
Realizing this change and relaying that observation has been a big surprise, as I am not politically aligned with the WSJ, and did not think such a change would occur.
In a recent survey of its members, 57% of Zoosk users said it was a turn-on if someone likes the same books they do.