:)IIS is quirky if it simply limits the number of connections arbitrarily.It's almost as bad as the original idea that "64k is more than anyone will need" (paraphrased). And in that database you can use a denormalized schema and more access oriented indexes.
Due to the low barrier for entry this leads them to attract more casual daters.
However, it also allows them to focus on retention of customers rather than constantly having to attract new singles.
It took a lot of arguing (and I don't think he was ever convinced in that thread) to tell him that the TCP spec doesn't limit the number of possible TCP connections by the number of available ports -- there is a near infinite number of simultaneous connections.
The bottleneck is how many the operating system and hardware can handle.
I read in another blog he filled up the profiles with fake posts until it got rolling. What is the trick to get to the critical mass where it starts to feed upon itself?
On Monday, POF founder, Markus Frind, announced to members that the site will be undergoing some major changes.
"POF is all about relationships, I'm going to make a bunch of changes to ensure it stays a relationship-focused site, " Frind said.
However, as an online dating coach, I question whether the site was ever one that attracted relationship-seekers to begin with.
Lots of quirky sounds and fish swimming on the screen. Plenty Of Fish is a hugely popular on-line dating system slammed by over 45 million visitors a month and 30 million hits a day (500 - 600 pages per second).