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8 hot ways Evernote can spice up your sex life

July 18, 2012
Elephants have sex at the Berlin zoo

“For doing your taxes”. “For shopping and to-do lists”. “For home improvement projects”. These are three of the very practical suggestions the Evernote blog has to offer as part of their 8 great ways couples can use Evernote shared notebooks blog post, which I just stumbled across today. But I worry that their list may perpetuate [...]

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NameRater: A search tool for evaluating a possible name change

June 2, 2012

Wanted: a search tool that evaluates the search engine visibility of your prospective married name, or the name you are considering for your baby.

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6 qualities to look for in an online date or offline mate

February 13, 2012
Mouse cord in heart shape

[Online dating] sites tend to emphasize similarity on psychological variables like personality (e.g., matching extroverts with extroverts and introverts with introverts) and attitudes (e.g., matching people who prefer Judd Apatow’s movies to Woody Allen’s with people who feel the same way). The problem with this approach is that such forms of similarity between two partners [...]

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Lessons for online dating from offline marriage

September 19, 2011

Readers of this blog know that I am fascinated with online dating, probably the way that women who got married in the 50s were fascinated by the birth control pill. Like the pill, online dating has enabled a revolution in romantic and sexual behaviour, one that those of us who got married in the pre-eHarmony [...]

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The 9 secrets of a successful marriage (to a web application like Evernote)

May 2, 2011

On August 2 I will celebrate my third anniversary as an Evernote user. For the past three years I’ve put just about all of my notes into the fifty-odd “notebooks” in my Evernote database, including the “Alex blog 140″ notebook I created to hold my drafts for this series. I use Evernote on my Macbook [...]

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Online relationship advice from Oprah.com

How to find support online during life’s big passages (for Oprah.com)

June 18, 2010

Friends are there to share your celebrations, support you through difficult transitions, and mourn your losses. Social media enable that sharing and support in new ways, across distances that would formerly exclude people who are far away but dear to your heart. Find out how to get the support you need online.

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Is social media just for married people?

June 3, 2010

Think Social is a blog from the Paley Center for Media that focuses on the public benefits of social media. It’s an incredible blog and one that you must follow if you are looking for thoughtful reflection on both the social and political potential of social media. And here’s the latest example of what makes [...]

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Online relationship advice from Oprah.com

On Oprah.com: Great dates that take your marriage online

March 25, 2010

This post for Oprah.com shows how the social media can take your marriage online — with a great date offline.

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