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The results would then be mailed back to us, and it would be up to us to contact our perfect matches, by mail. A pile of application forms had arrived at our dorm.

" To the Editor: The sidebar to the Internet dating story, ''Meeting Cute: A Timeline,'' triggered a memory dating back through the haze of the late 60's to the autumn of 1966. The cover letter instructed us to fill out the extensive forms, providing all kinds of personal information about ourselves and what we were looking for in our ideal member of the opposite sex.

The results would then be mailed back to us, and it would be up to us to contact our perfect matches, by mail.

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The second sentence out of his mouth was, ''If you were a potato, Pocatello would be the center of your world.'' Next! To the Editor: The sidebar to the Internet dating story, ''Meeting Cute: A Timeline,'' triggered a memory dating back through the haze of the late 60's to the autumn of 1966. The cover letter instructed us to fill out the extensive forms, providing all kinds of personal information about ourselves and what we were looking for in our ideal member of the opposite sex.

My other date, Yale '66, a shaggy mathematician, talked hauntingly, obsessively and in exquisitely painful detail about how computers were going to take over the world. I was having lunch in my dorm at Connecticut College, and the buzz was all about an intriguing new way to meet boys. We were then to mail the forms to the program office, where the data would be loaded into a giant mainframe computer.

''Operation Match,'' my sole encounter with computer dating, failed me. The people who launched it were visionaries, yet there is not even a single reference to the program or its founders on any search engine I tried. It was called ''Operation Match,'' and it was developed, if I remember correctly, by a group of students at a nearby school. The colossus would, in time, spew out the names of three boys who most closely matched our specifications.

I am a single woman, in my early 60s, divorced for over a decade.

I have met dozens of interesting smart, caring, kind, men online who have wanted monogamous relationships. Chernofsky’s, “Six Tips on What NOT to write on Match.com,” for women, and it gave me a chuckle and rang remarkably true.

But I have some tips of my own -- for you men out there.

When you get that first date, here are ten deal breakers, at least for me:1) Do not say: “I’m in a very Dark Place Sexually” or “I can never have Vanilla sex again.” I may have READ 50 Shades of Gray, but it doesn’t mean I want to live it, and you are no Christian Gray!

To the Editor: The sidebar to the Internet dating story, ''Meeting Cute: A Timeline,'' triggered a memory dating back through the haze of the late 60's to the autumn of 1966. The cover letter instructed us to fill out the extensive forms, providing all kinds of personal information about ourselves and what we were looking for in our ideal member of the opposite sex.

I was having lunch in my dorm at Connecticut College, and the buzz was all about an intriguing new way to meet boys. We were then to mail the forms to the program office, where the data would be loaded into a giant mainframe computer.

It was called ''Operation Match,'' and it was developed, if I remember correctly, by a group of students at a nearby school. The colossus would, in time, spew out the names of three boys who most closely matched our specifications.

A pile of application forms had arrived at our dorm.

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