However, over the last few years, the internet has undergone a transformation from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0.
Blinkbox, a UK-based on-demand television provider, has called upon their expertise for a promotion this weekend during which the pair will share their advice and answer questions on Twitter. Not only can you call your significant other with the touch of a button, but you’ll have the constant reminder on your dashboard so you’ll never miss an opportunity to let them know you care.
Make sure to add @longestmarried to your Twitter feed before Saturday! As explained in the book and film, “He’s Just Not That Into You,” My Space may still be the new booty call.
This evolution from top-down communication to people-to-people interaction has implications for the interfaith community as well.
Early last month emerged Faithbook, a social page launched on Facebook, the widely popular social networking platform.
The brainchild of a British Jewish organization, the Movement for Reform Judaism, Faithbook was designed to bring people from different beliefs together on the web, leveraging such web 2.0 technologies as social networking.
In traditional media, collaborations between religions are often limited to those in positions of responsibility - such as religious representatives meeting on television panel discussions.In a sense, it is impossible to be alone this Valentine’s Day, whether you like it or not!Whether you’re a fan or foe of February 14th, you’ll be able to find a social media tool that suits your needs. “I thought you two were being set up.” “We are,” he said. That Between Facebook, My Space and the no-longer-taboo (or-is-it?However, it might be the perfect opportunity to unplug and spend the day with those you care about. Over pints of micro-brewed beers at Pony Bar in Hell’s Kitchen, my friend eagerly dished on the many attractive qualities of his potential love interest. “I Facebooked him.” For me, that sparked an intriguing question: Has Facebook killed the blind date? ) Internet dating, it is now virtually impossible to go on a true blind date. This is not to say that all blind dates will be a homerun (although my friends’ seemed to be!His college, current law school curriculum, interests, hobbies. While I may be a little more than rusty when it comes to dating, I still feel fairly certain that part of the excitement when it comes to a blind date is the mystery. While I am partial to the old meet-your-significant-other-in-high-school, this isn’t all bad. ), but we might want to start calling them only-seen-your-profile dates.On the downside, the page claims only some 640 fans, which isn't very many given its recent publicity and Facebook's enormous reach.