You can leave your profile and wait for someone to notice you, or feel free to browse through the profiles of the people who already showed their interest in nerds like you. This is the place for you to unveil all your secrets and admit it once for all - Nerds are cool and fun to date. They make wonderful company and can show you the places you've never seen before.
Use their knowledge and seriousness to enrich your life and you will never want to date a cool hockey player or edgy businessman ever again. So, stop driving yourself crazy in your room and connect to Nerd Dating now. Show the World that a quietness, smartness and hard-working habits are the features to be proud of, and not something to be scared to show.
Be one of the happy nerds who have the life they deserve - filled with so much excitement, friendship and fun of online dating. This website is here just to help you out with a fresh start - after that, your qualities are all that counts. Charges will accrue if you purchase a premium membership which is offered upon completion of your profile. This site is billed by help. Nerd Dating is part of the Online Connections dating network, which includes many other general and geek dating sites.
As a member of Nerd Dating, your profile will automatically be shown on related geek dating sites or to related users in the Online Connections network at no additional charge. Wired magazine recently included information from the website in calculating which American cities have the most geek cred. Seattle, of course, won. On geek to geek, you can find potential mates like PolarisX.
On LCD-screen, he looks good: His favourite geek is Bram Cohen — founder of BitTorrent, hurrah. He also likes web design Photoshop and Flash. But immediately, a red flag. How could I bring myself to date a guy whose favourite TV show is Stargate SG? Yuck, why not just list Cleopatra and deny science-fiction an edifying place in literature and entertainment forever.
It's clear we have nothing in common. The site also lists its top 10 geeks. Stephen Hawking and Microsoft's Bill Gates beat out Apple's Steve Jobs. One might think that giving yourself an online handle like Marklar or Dark Shadow Elf and posting your profile on a geek-centric dating website might be a tad too shamelessly, well, geeky, to work. And they're all a little weird. Last time we checked, a "featured member" on the front page had three moustaches descending down his face just sit there for a moment and imagine that.
OtakuBooty's user interface is awful. It might deter the nongeeks from signing up, but it'll also deter the geeks. It's impossible to navigate the site--I couldn't even contact OtakuBooty, because I couldn't find their contact page. I'm not into otaku culture, but I really wanted to like OtakuBooty. Sure the wiki-like layout is ugly, but I found its quirky style endearing, and the news, deals, and quasi-legal torrent sections are handy if you're passionate about anime.
If you're not, you should probably join me in giving this site a pass. Around 30, Apple fans. Cupidtino describes itself as the first and only "Mac-inspired" dating site. That's right--if you love Apple products and the people who love Apple products, this site is for you. The name is a play on "Cupertino," where Apple has its headquarters. The philosophy behind this dating site is that people who like Apple products often have a lot in common--they tend to be creative types, such as designers, musicians, and writers, and more likely to be compatible with other creative types.
Cupidtino is quick and easy to get started with, providing you have a Mac or an iOS-capable device yes, the site is designed for Apple fans, and is best accessed from Apple devices. Basic profile information such as your birthday is required, but a picture isn't necessary to start browsing Apple fans right away. The Cupidtino Website is simple and features lots of white space and clean lines similar to Apple products. This makes it generally easy to navigate, though the site does lack the ability to narrow searches by zip codes or cities.
One thing to note is that the people--both men and women--on Cupidtino tend to be a little more skilled with their Mac's photobooth. The profile pictures on this site are clear, crisp, and artistically rendered, making everyone look more attractive in a hipstery, artistic sort of way. Is it just me, or do people's photos look fantastic on this site? It's either all the white space or the fact that Apple fans really are more creative types, but dang.
Unfortunately, it's not terribly active.
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