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These days, you can look for romance in all kinds of places, but that doesn't mean it's gotten any easier — and the #MeToo movement has added another layer of complexity.(daveparker/Flickr)
These days, you can look for romance in all kinds of places, but that doesn't mean it's gotten any easier — and the #MeToo movement has added another layer of complexity.(daveparker/Flickr)
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Valentine's Day is a time to celebrate love and the ones you love — be they a significant other, or friends and family.

These days, you can look for romance in all kinds of places — a dating app or web site, social media, maybe even at work or during a night out. But that doesn't mean dating has gotten any easier. In fact, in a world where millions of suitors are at your fingertips, dating has become quite complicated — such that some are taking a computer-hacking approach to finding "the one."

Guests

Paris Alston, Radio Boston producer. She tweets @BonjourParis_.

Eve Zuckoff, Radio Boston producer. She tweets @evezuckoff.

Meredith Goldstein, advice columnist for the Boston Globe Love Letters advice column and podcast. She tweets @MeredithGoldste.

Joseph Reagle, associate professor of communication Studies, Northeastern University. He tweets @jmreagle.

This segment aired on February 14, 2019.

Callum Borchers Twitter Reporter
Callum covers the Greater Boston business community for Bostonomix.

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Paris Alston Twitter Host, Consider This
Paris Alston is WBUR's host of the Consider This podcast and a former producer for Radio Boston.

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Eve Zuckoff Twitter Freelance Producer, Radio Boston
Eve Zuckoff is a freelance producer for Radio Boston.

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