sells a fortified version of itself (Totalfark) and Something Awful sells access to its comments section. Many of these sites allow any visitor to post a free profile, but only allow contact information to be exchanged between paying customers. Once their profile is online, they may start getting some attention, such as "winks" and mail, but may only be able to read that mail once they have paid a monthly membership fee. These sites dangle a carrot so close that it is poking you in the eye.

Mobile chat apps are the hottest topics now, with Whats App being purchased by Facebook at a price tag of $19 billion.

At the same time when everyone’s actively focusing on the post mortem of the acquisition of Whats App by Facebook, a new chatting and dating app is slowly raking in hundred thousands of users.

Meow chooses to select the “Random Chat”as its core feature, where it will pair you up randomly with someone for a chat.

Unlike other apps in Singapore such as Paktor and Love Out Loud where you would need both parties to “like” each other first before you could chat, Meow takes a page from popular China app We Chat’s “Shake” and “People Nearby” feature.

Essentially, Meow finds you best matches and helps you socialize and meet new people and friends.

It combines the element of discovery and social chatting together.

I'm going to put myself into the email encoding business by simply starting a reference table to dumb two-word codes, like this: The codes can be ANYTHING.

They will only need to be strange enough for people to realize a hidden message is there.

It featured the single "The Sex Has Made Me Stupid", as well as new single "The Tears".