The Internet has changed how we interact with each other through social networks, text messaging, and online dating. Because of this, the rules of finding love, keeping relationships alive, or sparking new ones have been completely rewritten.
On Valentine's Day, I'll be hosting a special live show called "Computer Love" at 11 a.m. PT. We'll talk about a host of topics, ranging from long-distance love to sexting. I'll talk with special guests about our personal experiences and yes, even "catfishing."
This show is what you make it. We'll be taking your live calls and questions at 1-888-900-CNET, and your tweets with hash tag #CNETLove. We'd also love to hear your stories; you can send them over as e-mails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joining me will be Farnaz Kermaani. She's the founder and owner of cre8 Agency and a UCLA graduate with a degree in gender studies.
Debbie Licurse is our go-to expert. She's a licensed marriage and family therapist and is the founder of the nonprofit organization called Peace-It-Together.
Tune in at 11 a.m. PT on Thursday and have some fun with us with on "Computer Love"; it's the first show on CNET with a heart. 143.
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