I never used my full name and ALWAYS had a new answer to a/s/l (high five if you know what this stands for).
I never would have thought, years later, that my personal information would be so publicly available on the internet., it’s not like I’m some famous blogger.
“For example, instead of saying, ‘I’m a funny guy,’ you want to just be funny in your profile,” he writes.
“Instead of bragging about how much travel you’ve done, include photos of yourself around the world.
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I do, however, like most people, feel completely at ease with sharing various aspects of my life online.
In fact, if you Google my full name, my personal website is the first link that pops up.
It’s amazing how many people will complain that they’ve had no luck with online dating and then I’ll take a look at their profile and there won’t be any pictures and most of the fields aren’t filled out.
“I don’t want my picture up on a dating site,” they say. There’s no way you’re going to find great people to date online if you don’t have enough commitment to post at least one picture and fill out 90% of the fields on your profile page.
However, by 14, I found myself communicating with strangers behind the screen on sites like Myspace, Livejournal, and Piczo.
Despite being connected at a young age, I was very careful about how much I shared online.
(We If you must break my no alcohol rule, then please, heed this advice, and avoid bars on the weekends.