Invisible Boyfriend/Invisible Girlfriend: Money Can Buy You Love

The recently wildly viral Invisible Boyfriend/Invisible Girlfriend site proves sometimes, money can buy you love. The site, founded by Matt Homann during St. Louis Startup Weekend, gives you an always on, always available companion who listens and responds to your every word so you can have meaningful conversations. And it’s not just a robot on the other end; it’s a real person. Homann created the site in order to keep those nagging parents at bay, for those curious co-workers who just won’t leave you alone, or even for those with conservative grandparents who don’t condone your lifestyle. Whatever your reason, one thing is for sure, this might just be the perfect relationship for you.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am