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But founder and owner Spencer Koppel says dating is a difficult thing for geeks.Geek2Geek uses a sophisticated “geek scoring system” by asking users questions, such as education, ethnicity and political and geek interests.Founders Marcia Zwilling and Jan Mirkin-Earley came up with the idea after Zwilling met a young couple who had met on a trail ride.More than 10 years later, the site boasts over 102,000 members worldwide and thousands of success stories and marriages.It’s free to join and contact other members, but to read messages users pay .79 a month — the price of a venti Mocha Lite in the Starbucks in Apple’s hometown of Cupertino, Calif.Geeks make the best friends and best lovers because they’re smart and loyal, proclaims.Either way, if you are looking for a mate who shares your political views, just sign up for or You don’t have to be politically active to join either site.As Republican People Meet says, its site is where you can meet your “Mr. RIGHT.”It’s free to browse both websites, which are both run by People Media, but only paying members can send messages.
There are now close to 300,000 subscribers trying to find their fellow geek soul-mate. Or perhaps you’re a die-hard Barack Obama supporter.
“Our members also participate as trainers in the Mustang Makeovers, organize parties, trail rides, and (charitable) benefits to help those in need.”A one-month membership is .95, six months is .95 and a year is .95.
For those who love their Mac and would never consider dating someone who uses a PC, they can meet an Apple fanboy or girl on The founders of the site claim that Mac and Apple fans have a lot in common — personalities, creative professions, a similar sense of style and taste and a love for technology.“Cupidtino is like that neigh¬bor¬hood café where the peo¬ple are hip, decor is classy, conver¬sa¬tion is intel¬li¬gent and prices are rea¬son¬able,” said Amol Kelkar, co-founder and CTO.
Subscriptions cost $Are you rooting for Mitt Romney or Newt Gingrich for president in 2012?
Or perhaps you’re a die-hard Barack Obama supporter.