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Love, Money, and Technology

 
 
 
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Online Connections More men than women would use the Internet to meet a potential romantic partner.
Men and women still look at things differently when it comes to technology, relationships, and status symbols, at least if you believe a survey jointly released by the respected sociologists at AskMen and Cosmopolitan.com. More than 80,000 respondents took part in the online poll, sharing their candid views on a wide variety of topics; our feature is G-rated, but some of the material included at the links below is at least PG-13 , so use your own discretion in clicking through. Not much is shocking in this day and age, but there were a few things in the surveys that made us scratch our heads and say “hmmm”: 50% of male respondents say they do nothing about cell-phone security, but only 8% do nothing about security on Facebook. Also, 62% of men say they couldn’t live without a computer, 24% couldn’t give up their smart phones, but only 12% need a television. for the AskMen version Click here and here for Cosmo’s take.
 
 
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
 
 
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