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To potential friends and employers, I'm Anna Davies from day one, but potential boyfriends only know me as Annabelle Kathryn until at least date three.
I began using the name in my early twenties, when I realized just how many first dates were Googling me before we met and unearthing essays on topics ranging from why I love hooking up with guests at weddings to that time I told a guy I was moving to California just to get him to stop texting me.
Posting under an anonymous handle, Cara challenged another commenter to find her, mentioning the things she did share on dating sites: her first name, the fact that she covers travel and lifestyle in her job, and that she lives in New York.
Minutes later, a Tweet to her real name popped up from the commenter—she'd been found.
And just in case he asked for my e-mail address, I created an Annabelle Kathryn handle. Kelly*, 32, also finds it easier not to share her full name.
A writer as well, her work has touched on mental health issues within her family that she would much rather explain in real life rather than have him read.
In June 2012, Tumblr released a new version of its i OS app, Tumblr 3.0 allowing support for Spotify, hi-res images and offline access.
"Most of my clients know that they'll be Googled, and I advise them to make sure that they like the things that come up in their first two pages of search results."Following Crosslin's advice, I was pleased (and relieved) that the initial pages of my own search were NBD—and, actually, stuff that I'd be proud to have a guy see before he met me.I was proud of the things I'd written—the story about my cross-country lie was published in The New York Times—but I also realized that these stories could seriously skew how a guy viewed me on a first date, especially if he didn't have similarly revealing search results.At best, it presented an uneven playing field—he knew nearly everything about me, while I knew almost nothing about him.As no one had done so after a year of waiting, Karp and developer Marco Arment began working on their own tumblelogging platform.In early June 2012, Tumblr featured its first major brand advertising campaign in conjunction with Adidas, who launched an official soccer Tumblr blog and bought placements on the user dashboard.