Meet Your Mate With Operation Match, the First Computer Dating Service (1965)

In 1965, two enterprising students from Harvard, Jack Tarr and Vaughan Morrill, dreamed up the idea of a computerized dating service. Aided by David Crump and Douglas Ginsburg (in 1987 he withdrew his name from nomination to the Supreme Court after admitting to—gasp!—smoking pot in college), they put their idea in… »5/13/08 4:30pm5/13/08 4:30pm