"In the beginning, Steven and I were like 'Everybody wants love' ...We just wanted to help as many people not be lonely as possible.Along lakes and streams that have long since disappeared, archaeologists working in southern Nevada have found nearly 20 sites used by ancient hunter-gatherers as much as 12,000 years ago.
Likewise, at the nearby Dry Lake Valley, the team detected six more sites, along the shoreline of the extinct lake that gave the valley its name.
There, researchers found more stone points from the Paleoarchaic, but also many others dating from more recent periods, indicating that these lakeside sites were used many times over the millennia.
Though scant and widely scattered, these pieces may help clarify the hazy history of human activity throughout the Great Basin, when the Ice Age gave way to a warmer and more stable climate.
In Nevada’s Delamar Valley, archaeologists discovered seven separate stone-tool sites, including scatterings of fluted and stemmed projectile points fashioned in styles — such as Clovis, Lake Mojave and Silver Lake — that are known to date back as much as 12,000 years.
(Photo by Zac Scriber, GISP) To archaeologists like Jesse Adams, who led the new study, this period marked the transition from the Pleistocene epoch to the Holocene, a time of change that has been scarcely studied in the American West.
“The Pleistocene-Holocene Transition period is a little known but fascinating time period,” said Adams, a senior archaeologist with Logan Simpson, “especially to everyone in our office, as we have identified similarly aged sites during other projects in the Great Basin which piqued our interest.” Adams and his team found these rare sites using a technique known as predictive modeling: By identifying the qualities that previously known locations had in common, the archaeologists predicted where other, similar sites might be waiting to be found.'03 BA Communication Studies Founder of Love Frog Director of alumni and constituent relations at the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University, where colleagues helped her develop her business plan."Launching a company has not been great for my insomnia, but sometimes my best ideas are born in the middle of the night." The "matchmaking" part involves pairing a client with the right Frog Kisser advisor."I began to realize that most online daters didn't understand their personal brand, and were therefore not getting the attention or interaction they wanted.It was time to take dating back to basics and blend the technology and breadth of online dating with personal branding that is both authentic and appealing." It comes down to figuring out your non-negotiables and when to be flexible.She draws a distinct line between her two vocations. to work on Duo Vegas for a couple hours, reaching out to clients, blogging, and maintaining the website, and then tends to it again in the evenings.