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Although it may sound counterintuitive, a new site launching today called wants to give date seekers that feeling of newness by tapping into one of the most familiar platforms … Yes, to access Circl.es, users sign up with Facebook.But, why would I want my online dating site to do that, you ask?The Circles Founder thinks that there are three elements to a decent dating site: Simplicity, subtlety, and honesty. Either way, he can be sure he’s not alone, as there are more than a few trying to oust the e Harmonies of the world, like a redesigned Nerve Dating, Duo Dater, Meexo, Ignighter, Grindr, the and Yoke — to name a few.Both of the latter sites are utilizing Facebook to make the dating experience better.That’s great for time-saving and identity verification, but the real kicker is that nobody on Facebook can see that you’re using Circles, the app never posts to your Wall or anywhere else — and you won’t see people you know.
“Instead of asking if you’re single or taken, or looking for men or women, Bristlr simply asks if you have a beard.Yoke.me, which Josh covered in depth yesterday, has a lot in the way of data to recommend it.While the lets you go anonymous, Yoke makes use of the APIs of content recommendation engines like Netflix, Amazon, and Echo Nest to drive its matching.We wonder how many Santa impersonations will be popping up this month? First of all, it’s a very personal process ported to a largely impersonal medium — and then there’s the creep factor.