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Surfin' for love

Web sites break out the champagne for Valentine's Day

February 10, 1997
Web posted at: 5:38 p.m. EST (2238 GMT)

From Correspondent Brian Nelson

(CNN) -- At this time of year, love is in the air -- and on the Net. A little surfing turns up more relevant sites than you can shake a cherub at.

Naturally, flowers are a big part of Valentine's Day -- and VirtualFlowers lets you order roses online for delivery to your special person.

And, if reality isn't enough -- send your love a virtual bouquet, at no charge.

At the pink-framed valentine.com -- "the love at first site" -- there's a service for ordering chocolate goodies, and another to track down a lost love's e-mail address.

There's also a romantic bookstore, classic love letters, and the love mechanic's advice for the heart. And that's not all -- the site includes a setup to tell you what kind of greeting card is right for you and your love, from "simple curiosity" to "animal passion."

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At Be My Valentine, there's the opportunity to download some songs of love -- from Elvis to Old Blue Eyes, and a celebrity matching game to see if you know which star goes with their intended.

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At Doctor Love's Love Calculator, you can plot the odds for a romance by arcane calculation of the names of the loved ones. Sometimes it seems to work. but other attempts seem star-crossed.

The Cyrano Server is for the shy and unimaginative -- it takes your thoughts and puts them into an e-mail message with panache. Supply a few nouns, verbs and adjectives, and it does the rest.

Just make sure your love has a sense of humor.




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Related sites:

  • VirtualFlowers
  • Valentine.Com
  • Be My Valentine
  • Doctor Love's Love Calculator
  • Cyrano Server
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