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Before digital dating, there was IRL. Eyes meeting across a crowded room, lonely hearts ads in the paper, even actually walking up to someone you fancy to ask them to go out with you. But for many of us, that all changed with the the rise of online dating. From its inception in the 60s to today, we chart the history of digital dating.
'The Dating Project': Upbeat, realistic documentary offers hope for modern love
In our increasingly digitalised world, The Dating Project examines our changing attitude toward love and relationships and how things like Tinder and Social Media have changed the way we think about dating. While you may not agree with some of the viewpoints from the various people interviewed, The Dating Project is still a thought provocative documentary and one that asks a really interesting question about what the future of romance may hold for us, even if does feel a little dated and lacklustre with its execution. For the most part, The Dating Project is relatively simple in presentation, sticking to conventional ways of illustrating its points rather than flashy editing and cinematography. Most of the people interviewed are diverse and present a range of different societal viewpoints including devout Christians, naive college students and career-focused people in their 30s, helping to flesh out the documentary with a range of attitudes on love. The thought provocative way The Dating Project explores its themes is what makes this such an interesting watch but the lack of compelling solutions to these questions and an archaic structure to the dating world make this ultimately feel outdated and a little superficial in its execution.
Some experts say that by chatting online, potential lovers overlook superficial turnoffs and open up to each other more deeply. Story highlights Many couples who met online say they fell in love before they met in person The Web enabled Notre Dame's Manti Te'o to fall for a woman who did not exist Professor: "Online technology In a week and half, Jon would put his grandmother's diamond ring on Katie's finger and the ring would be woefully too big. The oversight was not due to thoughtlessness on his part, nor a mishap at the jeweler.