Telegraph dating kindred spirits
Daters can join a cash-and-carry-style site such as Match ( the biggest in Britain, or opt for more personalised matchmaking skills.
Always be polite In reality you wouldn’t stop chatting to someone in the street mid-flow if they were boring you in a conversation; however, online you can.
What if one wrong click results in an unintended gesture?
But today, even for the technology-phobic, there's no excuse to be home alone when the modern way of looking for love is so easy.
Whatever your interests, there's bound to be a site for you: Muddy Matches ( for anyone who leads a welly boot lifestyle); Classical Partners ( for those who believe that music is the food of love); a website for pet lovers ( and, of course, the Telegraph's own dating site Kindred Spirits ( As technology improves, searching for your perfect match online is becoming more sophisticated.
Harding gleefully conjures up a brave new world of date-stamped profile pictures (if you're in your forties, that glowing university summer ball picture just won't do) and "real time" profiles.