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    Remember Monkey, that app that lets you randomly video chat with people all over the world? It was a blast, but it also got a bit of a bad reputation. If you’re looking for that same excitement of meeting new people without the downsides, you’re in luck! Loads of cool apps like Monkey that offer…

  • Pre-Internet Dating: Mixtapes & Missed Connections: The Analog Search for Love

    Pre-Internet Dating: Mixtapes & Missed Connections: The Analog Search for Love

    Ah, the days before swiping right and endless online profiles. The era between roughly the 1960s and the late 1990s feels like a lifetime ago when it comes to dating. Back then, before widespread internet access transformed the landscape, finding love felt like something out of a John Hughes movie – a world of chance…

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    Beyond the Bubble: Why You Should Chat with Strangers

    Let’s face it: most of us live in a bubble. We stick to the same routines, hang out with the same people, and scroll past the same faces on social media. It’s comfortable, it’s easy, but it can end up leaving us feeling a bit… disconnected. What if there was a super simple way to…

  • Industrial Age: Telegraphs, Trains, and the New Tempo of Love

    Industrial Age: Telegraphs, Trains, and the New Tempo of Love

    Imagine a world where brilliant minds gather in elegant drawing rooms, debating philosophy and art. Or perhaps they meet in shadowy corners, whispering coded messages and plotting political revolution.  This thrilling reality of societal transformation through discussion was the driving force behind the rise of intellectual gatherings during the Renaissance and Enlightenment. But the world…

  • 10 Relatable Work Memes That Will Make You Say ‘That’s So Me!

    10 Relatable Work Memes That Will Make You Say ‘That’s So Me!

    Being employed is probably one of the worst-best things that can happen to someone. It means you now have a source of income. This helps you achieve your dreams (and get that morning coffee fix!).  You also enjoy all the benefits of your position at work. In general, being employed means you can stand on…

  • Renaissance and Enlightenment: Salons, Secret Societies, and the Art of Conversation

    Renaissance and Enlightenment: Salons, Secret Societies, and the Art of Conversation

    Imagine a world where brilliant minds gather in elegant drawing rooms, debating philosophy and art. Or perhaps they meet in shadowy corners, whispering coded messages and plotting political revolution.  This thrilling reality of societal transformation through discussion was the driving force behind the rise of intellectual gatherings during the Renaissance and Enlightenment. The world of…

  • Medieval Era: Love, Duty, and the Power of the Pen

    Medieval Era: Love, Duty, and the Power of the Pen

    Back in the Medieval Era, marriages were less about fluttering hearts and more about practical matters. Powerful families saw them as ways to forge alliances, expand their lands, and improve their status. For the nobility, strategic marriages – even between cousins – were common practice. It was a world where personal choice in love was…

  • 10 Hilarious Cat Memes That Will Make Your Day

    10 Hilarious Cat Memes That Will Make Your Day

    We are no strangers to internet trends coming and going at a rapid pace, it is just the cycle that the internet is in. But we also know that some things never truly go away, even though they do not have the same popularity as they did before. And in the rarest of instances some…

  • Ancient World: Meeting in the Marketplace

    Ancient World: Meeting in the Marketplace

    Welcome to our journey through history! Let’s rewind all the way back to civilizations before Tinder, video chat platforms, and even handwritten love letters. Picture this: dusty paths, village squares buzzing with activity, and a lot of…goats? It sounds worlds apart from today, but back then, markets and religious gatherings were the original social networks.…