your favourite band, book or movie), by tapping the power of Freebase, other structured data is also included, such as genre, author, or director.
This is then used to make “semantic connections” between users, which provides the framework for Loveflutter’s interest-matching process.
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Then it’s thrown back in our faces and we start to point fingers at everyone else. that you’re running down to the deli to pick up some tomatoes and skim milk, will be crawled by the search engine spiders and uploaded, becoming part of your search history forever.
So, the question isn’t “to Google or not to Google,” as one reader put it when I posted your question on my Facebook page, but what you do with what you learn.
If the attraction is reciprocated, Loveflutter can suggest places to go on a date, based on local venues it pulls in from Foursquare. However, the site’s use of Freebase allows its interest matching to go a little deeper.
When an interest is added to your Loveflutter profile (e.g.
I thought it was like a webinar (live video), but maybe I was wrong.
For the better portion of my 20s, I’ve been single.
And not just solo, but really-really-really-want-to-be-in-a-relationship-crazy-obsessed-single-gal. It hasn’t always been a pretty experience for me, and for several years, I’d find myself completely...
About halfway through my latte, I realized he must have Googled me because he knew way too much about me (what year I graduated college, my home address, even the details of my having been stalked—from my Facebook timeline).
We met for coffee at a local Starbucks and started to hit it off.