TODAY continues its "Summer of Secrets" series with an exploration of digital dating.Over the past few days, online dating has come under fire between the hack of Ashley Madison and Vanity Fair calling apps like Tinder a "dating apocalypse.” For some, though, technology has helped them find love. Men are more attracted to names that suggest physical appearance, such as "Blondie" or "Cutie", whereas women prefer names that show intelligence, such as "Cultured".Expressing an interest in particular hobbies appeals to prospective dates, too.“I can take my grandmother’s advice and sort of ‘least expect’ my way into maybe bumping into the one [of them] — or I can try online dating,” she says.
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