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J. Selwyn
 
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I think it would be wonderful to have a website/information service that organizes places to meet other singles by how safe and comfortable the places are. Of course, the dating places would be organized by individual cities, and could be started by any webmaster on a small, local scale. Public places like parks, places to hike and bike would be ranked by lighting and the amount of foot traffic (which would also be useful if you wanted a little privacy on the trail for established...
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Patrik Pedersen
 
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This one sounds like an harassment tool, but it's really not. I got this idea on one of those evenings when you look around and simply ask yourself: "Where are all the women?!" - Quite frankly, little is known about the migration routes of males and females in our societies. We take it for granted that men and women show up in bars and restaurants in certain times of the day, but if they don't, we have no clue what has happened or where they are (unless there's a Ricky Martin concert round...
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John Powers
 
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Dating for single people with children is a real hassle. Making arrangements for the children loads the situation with too much, "it cost too much and I hardly know her." And going out on a date is awfully interesting to the inquiring minds of children. "Going slow" means that you want dates at the begining to be free of too many commitments too. What I have in mind is an activity space where adults can meet and bring the kids too. So there needs to be a range of activities for kids of...
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Mimi Svensson
 
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Ever been disappointed by a one-night stand? Well, he (or she) probably thought there would be no consequences! I guess that sometimes people have to be "helped" into good behavior: So why not rate your lover? The software could be exactly the same as on Ebay (or other online services). If you get good ratings, you get a pin to wear on your belt buckle or fly. (Be careful, don't prick yourself!