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“There is no point in wasting my time or the time of the students by pretending they are wide-eyed innocents,” she wrote. I let them know at the outset that I didn’t come to criticize, preach or threaten them.

I’m there to discuss their problems, openly and honestly.”Here are the highlights of her guidance: Rules to keep necking under control: “If you are seeing a lot of a certain someone, have a planned program of activity.

Koota asked a grand jury to consider whether it was a crime to invite students to "Pick 'em cuter by computer": "The potential danger to physical safety and morals is clear.

Some control is essential to prevent criminals, racketeers and sex deviates from this profitable field." Today, is the largest dating site in the world, with an estimated 20 million members.

Computers did exist in the '60s, in some form -- not personal computers, but computers nonetheless.

These machines could crunch the numbers on our personalities and spit out intimate matches.

In this unbelievable 1966 article, "Boy-Girl Questionnaires Investigated" then-Brooklyn District Attorney Aaron E.

Before smart phones, selfies and personal computers.

It may come as a shock to you that online dating was actually invented as early as the 60s, when computers were about the size of a school bus and women weren’t “supposed” to call men first. Crump and Vaughan Morrill were all classmates at Harvard in the early 1960s and they all had a hard time dating.

It’s all documented in a fascinating 14-minute documentary released by Five Thirty Eight Life. Freshman girls would always date upper class men, at the time it wasn’t popular or acceptable for people to meet at bars, and although they were surrounded by other colleges in Boston and went to mixers, the seemingly endless possibilities were actually quite limited. Ginsburg, who was a student at Cornell, the men embarked on a social experiment.

So one Saturday night, when these men found themselves drinking alone in their dorm room, they decided to do something, and the first online dating company was born. What happens when you match people based on actual logical compatibility?