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On the "Boycott Islam and all things Muslim" group, one finds none of the gentle niceties of Faithbook.
The potential for online religious discussion, while present, is often in a very raw and emotional form.
Here are a few digital tools you can use on this most romantic of holidays: Herbert and Zelmyra Fisher are here to help. Forget the old “Love Me,” “Hug Me,” and (wait for it) “Fax Me.” This year you’ll find “Tweet Me” mixed into the bunch. I’m sure we’ve all been witness to the bumbling boyfriend or girlfriend who can barely remember what day it is, let alone anniversaries or Valentine’s Day.
The couple has been married since 1924, so it’s fair to say they know something about making a relationship last. For those of in need of some extra brownie points this weekend, consider adding the “Call Sweetheart” app to your i Phone.
Blinkbox, a UK-based on-demand television provider, has called upon their expertise for a promotion this weekend during which the pair will share their advice and answer questions on Twitter. Not only can you call your significant other with the touch of a button, but you’ll have the constant reminder on your dashboard so you’ll never miss an opportunity to let them know you care.
Make sure to add @longestmarried to your Twitter feed before Saturday! As explained in the book and film, “He’s Just Not That Into You,” My Space may still be the new booty call.No longer does one have to worry about awkward silences on a blind date—just think back to their profile! I heard they were coming to Madison Square Garden in January. You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Clergy have also learned to utilize the web to amplify their messages - Sunday sermons are now a mouse-click away from being downloaded onto an i Pod.But these ventures limit religious dialogue to one's own community, and highlight doctrinal differences rather than interfaith co-operation.The brainchild of a British Jewish organization, the Movement for Reform Judaism, Faithbook was designed to bring people from different beliefs together on the web, leveraging such web 2.0 technologies as social networking.