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studying anything computer related, so you can forget your jokes about why geeks might have needed to enlist a computer in order to get a date.Dave Crump and Doug Ginsberg also contributed to the setting up of ‘Operation Match’.Here, according to an article about it at Damn Interesting, is a sample question from their original computer dating questionnaire: Your roommate gets you a blind date for the big dance. When you meet your date, you are sure it’s your roommate who is blind - your date is friendly, but embarrassingly unattractive.You: (1) Suggest going to a movie instead (2) Monopolize your roommate’s date leaving your roommate with only one noble alternative.Their answers were transferred to punch cards, processed on a five-ton mainframe computer in Massachusetts, and then the students were sent a list of names and phone numbers of potential matches.
This is a timeline of online dating services that also includes broader events related to technology-assisted dating (not just online dating).
Long before Tinder and Match.com, students at UNC and other schools looked to a computer for help finding dates with a program called “Operation Match.” Operation Match was founded by students at Harvard and Cornell in 1965.
Students would send in a questionnaire with a .00 fee.
Where there are similar services, only major ones or "the first of its kind" are listed.
Operation Match (part of Compatibility Research Inc.) launches.