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Entertainment Books Movies Music Stage Television Visual Arts. Diversions Horoscopes Crosswords Sudoku Comics. FGM Missing Women Donald Trump Book Reviews Weather Blog Fresh Air Fund Trust Project. PCWorld Feb 10, 6: Valentine's Day is just around the corner--and if you're without a special someone, online dating might sound like a viable option. Armed with nothing but our shining personalities and sexy photos, the PCWorld team took a look at some of the Web's best and geekiest dating Websites.
In order to test them, we created a female profile Sarah and a male one Alex , and sent out some messages to see what would come back to us. Here's what we found. How much it'll cost you: Click for full-size image. Geek 2 Geek calls itself "the best place on the net to meet geeks. Its three levels of membership--free, "silver," and "gold"--allows different levels of communication. While a free membership lets you browse unlimited profiles and receive unlimited messages, you can't send any out except to paid gold members until you upgrade to a silver account.
Geek 2 Geek does have a matchmaking service. Signing up is quick and easy, and you don't have to answer all of the questions right away though you certainly can. A picture is also not a profile requirement. Matchmaking questions include everything from "type of sense of humor" to "areas of interest," and similar geeks are delivered to your "My Matches" inbox. As for whether you'll actually find geeks on this site, well, a quick look-through says yes.
It helps, of course, that the "areas of interest" are all geek-oriented, and include options like "online gaming," "Star Trek," "Tolkien," and "Monty Python. This site isn't really limited to geeks--it looks like just about everyone is on here. Plus, it takes way too much information to complete your profile. Yeah, "geek" in this case seems synonymous with "anyone who owns a computer.
Who you can expect to find: Fans of anime, manga, gaming, and cosplay. OtakuBooty is part online dating and part social networking. It is easy to navigate and all things are well organized. Registration process is easy and fast. This site will match you with other member based on profile. Matches are updated weekly. This site allows member to look for others users from all corners of the globe. This online dating site is especially intended for lovers of manga, anime, cosplaying as well as games.
This online dating site really cares for geeks. Posers are prohibited on this site. There are lots of advantages this dating site for nerd or geek offers.