Politics of cyberdating
The Internet has arguably been the most significant aspect of technological, economic and social evolution in the past century.
What was limited to being a beneficial component of American national security, has blossomed into the worldwide information super highway and focal point for businesses, governments and individuals around the world.
Today, an individual “…requires little more than a computer, a modem and an ability to make conversation…”(1) in order to find one’s life mate.more Join us for a very special edition of Ask the Cyber-Dating Expert Radio Show where dating experts Julie Spira and De Anna Lorraine will be providing their best dating advice for singles looking for love online during the holidays. more Join Cyber-Dating Expert Julie Spira on November 13, 2010 as she welcomes internationally renowned "Media Psychiatrist" and radio show host Dr.Carole Lieberman, to Ask the Cyber-Dating Expert Radio Show. more Join Cyber-Dating Expert Julie Spira on November 6, 2010 as she welcomes Tasha Cunningham, founder of Don't Date Him Girl to Ask the Cyber-Dating Expert Radio Show.Americans spent 2 million on cyber dating that year, making it the most profitable market on the Web.This interest is fueled by growing numbers of singles—a record 40 percent of American adults are single, and half of them visited online dating sites in 2003.