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 100 dates.
You can read about it on the blog, or follow it on Twitter. (I'm @stokely, and you can also follow the #100dates hashtag).

It's basically a very old fashioned approach to dating - asking my friends and my online network to recommend people they think I might like. Hopefully, given the ease by which people can share information and recommendations online, I'll end up with a cool 'friend of a friend' network happening, and meet people I might not have met otherwise.

So, if you're feeling karmically generous, please check it out and think about whether you have a guy friend I should meet. :)

I've just put it all online today, so I'd also welcome ideas or feedback on how to tweak the project to make it work better.

Date: 2009-12-07 04:51 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] greylock
What a horrid concept, but that's just me.



Date: 2009-12-07 04:54 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] greylock
Well, that would be because I swore *never* to introduce people again.
And, since my preference is to surround myself with smart, (un)available women, I'm not really in a position to scour the streets of Perth for you.

Date: 2009-12-08 08:37 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] nicked-metal.livejournal.com
Have contacted a friend and asked his permission, using the URL.

The exhibitionist element of it all (we all get to read about what happened) is interesting. On the one hand, I think that our world would be better if we weren't so obsessively concerned about privacy. On the other hand, the reality of our world is that it's obsessively concerned about privacy.

I think this idea has the potential to work extremely well. Good luck.

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