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Similarly, keep your cellphone off (no, “silent mode” is insufficient).

You may feel the need to be connected and available every moment of the day, but that prevents you from connecting to the person sitting across the table.

’ never rendered itself more true than when applied to the current dating scene in London.

After the phenomenal success of Tinder, there are plenty of new developers quickly programming their own spin on tech-based courtship.

When you’re on a date, don't text or email anyone, or answer a text or chat message.

Your Blackberry or smartphone should be turned off and put out of sight.

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Relationships that are meant to endure don't instantly materialize. There is a host of dreamboats and potential sociopaths that would love to go on a Valentine's Day date with you.We have test driven five dating sites and smartphone apps. Cost: Free Sign-up time: 5 minutes Messages received: 0 Messages received from guys who weren’t complete jerk-offs: 0 The Positives: You can be as anonymous and autonomous as you want to be.Technology has fundamentally altered the way we communicate.We can send messages, update our social network, and share in a world-full of information with one click of a mouse. Because we're accustomed to communicating in 140 characters or less, we expect that an "instant" connection will lead to an instant relationship.I didn’t have to follow any guidelines for attaching photos or answer some hollow question about whether I think blue or green is the smarter color.The Negatives: I’ve joined a lineup of Internet riffraff and it makes me feel a little bad about myself.more Molly Shelestak (left) and Natalie Scheetz enjoy themselves during a Valentine’s Day singles event held in conjunction with the official launch of the new dating app the Catch at Mayes Oyster House in San Francisco.less Molly Shelestak (left) and Natalie Scheetz enjoy themselves during a Valentine’s Day singles event held in conjunction with the official launch of the new dating app the Catch at Mayes Oyster House in San ...more When designing her new dating app, Bumble, Whitney Wolfe was inspired by the Sadie Hawkins dance, in which women reverse traditional courtship rituals by asking the men to the dance.Considered radical when it began in the ’30s, the concept is still antithetical to modern-day courtship tendencies.

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