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Milwaukee, Wis. - Last Sunday morning, in the free-wheeling environment of Milwaukee's BarCamp, Wisconsin author Lynnanne Huber shared secrets and strategies from her forthcoming book, titled Shopping for Men on the Internet, which she expects to publish next year.

In her seminar at this self-described "non-......

Full article >>> eed. "If you meet someone online, then once you get them in person, they are like a turtle," he said. "They retreat into their shell and don't say anything."

In Huber's opinion, the sometimes raw and uncouth world of Internet dating is preferable to waiting for friends to meet someone who is not married, or to looking for love among the three other singles who work at your office.

Full article >>> oin another dating site that requires you to pay money, then she is a professional and you are not going to wind up in a genuine love relationship.

Don't mention the fact that you are lonely and depressed, even if you are. If you are truly lonely and depressed you should not attempt Internet dating. People who are truly lonely and depressed represent a huge psychic risk, since they are un......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Teresa Esser 10/06/06


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