"I just have trouble finding sane guys into my music," says Marissa Daywood, a Philadelphia-based student I can practically hear shrugging over AOL Instant Messenger. JupiterResearch may have predicted that the American online dating market will bring in $931 million in gross revenues by next year, but that doesn't mean the few appealing subscribers know who Local Natives or Neutral Milk Hotel are. To remedy that, the dating site that introduced me to Daywood works unlike anything else in the market. Her profile doesn't tell me whether she's single, her body type, or her opinion of long walks on the beach. We were listed as compatible simply because we... More >>>
Julian Keenaghan (top left) and Alex Parish (bottom left), the site's creators.