|Page 23 of the February 2006 issue of Reader's Digest had this blurb in its section "Only in America" called "Cupid Narrows His Aim Online":|
"Happily, Cupid hasn't quit the Web. He's just gotten choosier. Now, what's hot are niche sites that link the like-minded: FarmersOnly.com, DatingforSmokers.com, even TheAtlasphere.com (for single fans of writer Ayn Rand). ... Still, looking for love this way doesn't ensure happiness. "It lures you into believing that you can customize a partner the way you can a car," says Jillian Straus, author of the new Unhooked Generation: The Truth About Why We're Still Single. Online or off, it takes more than one shared interest for a couple to click."
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