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Or it’s a case of love that was found and then suddenly lost.

Maybe there’s a couple looking to make an existing relationship permanent.

Add to that, vows recited from an i Pad, paperless invitations and voila! It’s clear that online dating has grown to be much more than just “hooking up.” Romantically speaking, whether it’s a crush, the love that got away or the “one,” the Internet has you covered. As a dedicated writer, storyteller, journalist, interviewer and biographer, Paul Wolfle, B. ARM, contributes original material to a number of social media sites, online magazines and a popular digital news reporting services.

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The “Huntcha” social network, based in Chile, will take care of everything standing between wariness and outward affection.“So it uses social media giant Facebook as a platform to put would-be lovers in contact; to verify that people actually do exist; and to check that they already know each other…When you set up a Huntcha account, you make a list of 1-9 platonic friends you would like to turn into something else.”What happens next?

According to the AFP item, from there, “If any of the people listed in turn puts you on their list, shazam, a match is automatically generated.

In each of these scenarios, the people involved have previously met and now the Internet has their romantic intentions thoroughly covered.

If you’re single and have a crush on that certain someone but remain too timid to make your move, no need to fret.

Both parties get a note saying that someone on their list shares a mutual interest.”Suppose you’re single and lucky enough to be celebrating at Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.

The night is sizzling, the drinks are flowing and then you meet that someone, who’s nice, funny, attractive, but…it’s Carnival and it probably won’t end up in a serious relationship. ”“The blog’s postings describe foiled encounters, giving as many identifying details as possible about the sought-after would-be lover.

– Julie Spira, founder of It used to be that online dating had a single function: to help men and women find romantic interests. At the moment, there is a new trend of sites intended for those who already know the objects of their desires.

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