Truth lies and online dating

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He went on to publish the first magazine on desktop publishing, Personal Publishing, in the mid 1980s and to write three of the first books on desktop publishing.Most recently he has authored PC Magazine's Guide to Media Center PCs (Wiley, October 2004, Bookscan: 194 YTD) and Building a Home Entertainment Network (Que's Intel Digital Home series, Forthcoming: March 2005).Good Time Networks shows include Good Time Wine, Camp U. Her Web site reviews, commentary, short stories, and shoes!Think his online dating profile sounds too good to be true?Height Both sexes tell tall tales, but men are more than twice as likely to (literally) stretch the truth.Twenty-two percent of guys and 10% of women in the Beautiful poll admitted to fibbing here. The UW/Cornell study measured participants in person and found more than 50% were untruthful about their heights in their online profiles, with guys fibbing "significantly more." Who can blame them?

He has written extensively on PC use since the late 70s and was a columnist for PC Magazine in its earliest days.There's reason to be suspect: Most people are dishonest on dating sites.In fact, a study conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Cornell University found that 80% of online daters lie about their height, weight or age.The same study shows shorter women get the attention, so it's ill-advised to pad your numbers.2.Online dating is a growing and active industry that continues to grow in both usage and as a legitimate means of making social connections for dating, sex, and potential partnerships., creating a false impression is a whole different deal.

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