Super simple and easy to use, which is always appreciated on social networks that seemingly want to throw too much at the user” – Coffee C
I don’t know how I feel about this one ;)
You know he’s into you when he deletes his online dating profile.
Why won’t you try out a new Japanese place in Greenwich Village with you new date?
Enjoy sophisticated, clean and delightful Japanese small plates, sashimi and sushi from an open kitchen.
DailyCandy says the “omakase tasting menu with blowfish beneath shaved daikon radishes and scallops and sea urchin served sizzling on a half shell” is a must.
OPENS TODAY, Friday 3/9/2012. Daily 5-10:30pm
Location: 61 W. 8th St., between Fifth & Sixth Avenues
Phone: (212) 505- 2610
It’s been 3 weeks since our launch on Valentine’s day! I’m so thrilled to see this community grow over time. I’ve gotten to know some of them personally and though I have never really met anyone in person, I already feel as though I know some of them. This is a great platform for US to meet new people too!
I wanted to make sure that I keep our community updated on our progress. One important metric that we have been following is the number of referrals we’re getting from our existing members. Because we are still in private beta, our community has been growing organically through word-of-mouth. It’s been extraordinary to see how many referrals we have been getting!
About 40% of our members (both approved and those waiting to be approved) have referred us to at least one of their friends. On average, they invited 5.7 friends! Honestly, I don’t have other benchmarks to understand where this stands. Is it off the chart? or standard among online products? I can bet that it’s pretty darn high for any social dating services. I tend to be very picky with products I recommend to my friends, so I appreciate deeply that our members have been so proactively sharing and talking about us with their friends.
I am following up to see how these numbers differ by gender. I have a sneaky suspicion that our female users have been much more active in referring us than our male members but that is a yet to be proven! Guys, please prove me wrong!
I want to take this opportunity to thank our members again for being our early users, fans, and advocates! We will do our best to keep up with our promise to bring fun and ease back to your social life.
Our first post on Women 2.0! I wrote a few words to share my experience starting a tech-based company without a tech partner. I hope this will be helpful to you and please feel free to reach out @arumkang for questions.
How to Start a Tech Company Without a Tech Partner
Love is when a girl puts on perfume and a boy puts on shaving cologne and they go out and smell each other.” Karl – age 5
Check our video out! This is us, Coffee Meets Bagel in a minute :)
Meet my one and “unchanging” love, Pickle!
She became my best friend, my baby, and my love 2 years ago. Looking at her adorable face helped me get through some tough times in the past.
Hey, just because I have a cat doesn’t automatically make me cat lady -especially if the cat is THIS cute!
You’re going to see a lot more of Pickle so don’t melt every time you see her beautiful face :)
I bet many out there (including myself) are feeling super guilty about this one ;)
Maybe it’s smarter to NOT specify your relationship status on Facebook?
It takes two to make a relationship work.
A simple text saying…
‘Hey, hope you have a good day’- in the morning,
‘Hang in there :)” – when you know your love is having a tough day.
Of course there are times when it’s hard to text or call.
Say you’re driving..getting grilled by your boss…or at a overcrowded place….
But how about when you’re done with the day and are getting ready for bed. Is it that hard to make a short phone call?
If you’re not willing to invest 30 seconds of your time to pick up the phone because you’re “TIRED”? you’re not ready to be in a relationship because that’s nothing but an excuse.
Driven and passionate about work, yet uncommitted to love-that’s a problem.
Both should be equally treated with respect and attention.
For both men and women-
We’re not saying you to call or text WHILE your working, but to give the other person a heads up that you’re tied up and will call later when you get a chance, or to explain your situation why you couldn’t call in advance.
Isn’t that just simple courtesy?
Love takes work.
It requires you to be considerate and you always have to remind yourself to keep your manners to those who are closer to you- do not take advantage or their love for you.
Don’t expect your lover to always understand you first.
It can’t be a one way thing…
It has to be mutual and BOTH parties have to work together to make a relationship truly work.