A FINAL WORD ON CYBERDATING
As the Internet becomes more popular as a means to get dates, some singles
are finding that cyberdating as it too impersonal, that many of the users are not
completely above board when it comes to revealing personal information, or that
in-person meeting never unfold. The more people sit in front of a monitor all
day long, the more they will need real human contact.
A similar fear was faced by movie companies, who worried that the advent of
videos and easy accessibility at home would drive people away from cinemas. Buy
while people do rent videos, they also still go to the movies because , among
other things, they want to get out of the house. The same will happen with
Internet dating. Though people will sit home and connect, they will still have
the desire to reach out and touch someone.