Love technology and dating
We’re living in a time when cell phones and other technological gadgets are considered a necessity.College students, working parents and even the out-of-touch grandparents have ascribed to today’s technology driven culture and often suffer from withdrawal when separated from their phones for any length of time.
Sophomore civil engineering major Janella Tobar is one of many that believes texting is convenient, as she said that she and her boyfriend of almost two years use it to communicate throughout the day.
“I text my boyfriend more often unless a text can’t wait, then I call him.
Living in the technology-filled world that we have today, it’s hard to look back on the old days when cell phones had visible antennas, dial-up internet was common, texting was not an option, tweeting was not yet invented and relationships were a lot simpler.
There was no online dating, no tagging pictures of your significant other on Facebook, and no looking at whose post your partner often likes on Twitter or Instagram.
Online Dating Finding someone to go on a date with in the past would generally require a person to meet someone and interact physically at a place like a coffee shop, in a class or at the gym.