These days, with the average person being exposed to so much more technology, with computers in basically every single household and high-speed internet connections being the norm, these old-style dating services seem antiquated by modern standards.
So what has become of the old school computer dating service?
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Some included additional features liked videotaped messages or interviews that were shared with interested singles who turned out to be a match.
Looking back, these computer dating services were considered cutting edge technology.
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