We 'Clicked" as our eyes met, then they were gone... this is where to start looking.
aLoveLinksPlus will show you the way, and the places, to find that person you saw from across the room, on the other escalator, in the elevator, on the train, plane, crosswalk and coffee shop... and begin your love affair. "I saw you" romance can start if you look for the person who is searching for you too!
One of the most popular web sites to meet that missed connection is Cragslist. Bare bones, and straight to the pint, you've got to click to the main site, select your location or city, then under Personals click on Missed Connections. And if the sun is shining on you, you'll find your missed opportunity at love is just an email away.
Spanning several large American cities, and growing, Kizmeet might just be the answer of that sudden eye contact, flushed red, exhilarated fraction of a second instant attraction that we all seek. Searching for your missed connection is easy, by location, date, or search keywords. Free to post a request or a reply, Kizmeet will send your response. (A good idea is to have an undistinguishable email address to use.)
This is a handy service to find that missed connection that does not require registration and also has a free member account. You can reply to messages, post your own, without registering. If you become a member, which is free, you can add comments to other people's posts and have an email account to check for any replies to your posts. Much like an open forum, but for people that are looking for each other. Many US cities are searchable.
This service is available in San Francisco, CA., Chicago, New York, Boston and London England. Unknown if there are expansion plans. Registration is required to post a missed connection and to reply but membership is free. There is a search feature, which, oddly enough, asks for what type of orientation your crush might be... I'd think that generally you'd search for all posts, but it might just be quicker, and less embarrassing, to take advantage of this search limiter.
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