Rules of dating on the internet
Millions of women around the world are "e-dating," whether they meet men online or in a local bar.
Plenty of women’s magazines and websites (like, admittedly, the one you’re on right now) make their nut doling out anecdotes and tips that single women in desperate need of a clue will cling to.
During my single heydey, I’d Google myself into a tizzy, trying to piece together the right set of tips to make myself appear carefree, cool, and sexy — the type of woman any man would want to wife up (ugh).
When my relationships eventually faltered, I’d spend hours online trying to figure out exactly what went wrong.
If your jazz group has a review in the local paper, your date may be humming one of your tunes.
Authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider turned the dating world upside down with their 1995 bestseller "The Rules," telling women that they needed to play hard to get to reel in Mr. In their new book, "The Rules For Online Dating," they apply their relationship advice to cyberspace providing a list of do's and don'ts for successful computer romances. The title of their book explains its whole premise: "The Rules for Online Dating: Capturing the Heart of Mr.