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Founded in November by London-based South Africans Gary Frisch and his partner Henry Badenhorst, the website was once the world's most popular gay online dating site it grew into a portfolio of websites and an award-winning radio station. Web later App eHarmony launches.

Online dating service for long-term relationships. Murugavel Janakiraman started the BharatMatrimony website in [7] while working as a software consultant for Lucent Technologies in Edison, N.

In the late s he set up a Tamil community web portal, which included matrimonial ads. He started BharatMatrimony after noticing the matrimonial ads generated most of his web traffic Christian Mingle launches dating service for Christian singles Friendster is launched. A friendship, dating and early general Social networking website all rolled into one. In Facebook copies and expands the idea into a general social interconnected website.

Web PlanetRomeo is launched as GayRomeo in October initially only available in German but now available in 6 languages. The majority of the sites users are based in Europe. Web later App Dudesnude is launched as a networking site for gay men.

The company slogan is "picture, video, and profile sharing for men! Dating service that used Bluetooth to "alert users when a person with a matching profile was within fifty feet". Janus was known as the initiator of human life, transformations between stages of life, and shifts from one historical era to another. Ancient Romans believed Janus ruled over life events such as weddings, births, and deaths. He oversaw seasonal events such as planting, harvests, seasonal changes, and the new year.

According to Roman mythology, Janus was present at the beginning of the world. As the god of gates, Janus guarded the gates of heaven and held access to heaven and other gods. For this reason, Janus was often invoked first in ancient Roman religious ceremonies, and during public sacrifices, offerings were given to Janus before any other deity.

In fact, there is evidence that Janus was worshipped long before many of the other Roman gods, dating all the way back to the time of Romulus the founder and first ruler of Rome. As the Roman god of beginnings and transitions, Janus is the namesake of January, the first month of a new year.

Why does Janus have two faces? What is unusual about the god Janus is his iconic image. As the god of transitions and dualities, Janus is portrayed with two faces—one facing the past, and one facing the future. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies.

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