read more Whether you're an old pro or new to the scene, if you're single and dating you know that connecting with other people can be challenging, exciting and occasionally disappointing.
There are countless ways to meet up with others these days; online matching services, speed dating, blind dates and even random connections at a book store or a bar.
read more If you are shy you understand that there are times it is difficult to know what to say and how to carry on a conversation.
Also went to and when I signed in, it wanted me to pay money to verify that it was me. I've switched over to We Just now and that is looking more promising already. At the end of the day you cant go wrong with either of these sites, id say don't risk using something you've not heard anything about and stick with these types to be sure to get the most out of the whole online dating thing whether you just dip in every few months like me or you run your membership constant. I hoined and felt comfortable using it but I am missing some functions which other sites offer.
started by two Stanford graduates, Simon Tisminezky and Dan Abelon after an entrepreneurship class at Stanford Business School co-taught by Eric Schmidt.
Originally a Stanford University business class project, combines online dating and round robin-style speed dating, where singles spend five minutes or less connecting live with potential matches.
Within an hour, users meet up to 15 people using live video and instant messaging. Patent Number 7,203,674 covering key aspects of online speed dating.
Each date lasts three minutes, after which users can continue the conversation or chat with someone else. Speed has applications on i Phone, i Pad, Android, Facebook, My Space, Bebo and Meebo.