Computers unite neighbors where neighborhood fails

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Julie McIlroy and Allan Donnelly lived only seven houses apart in Cardiff, Wales, for 17 years, are engaged to be married, and declare themselves to have "perfect compatibility." So naturally they probably got to know each other as neighbors, right? No, because this is the 21st century and nobody leaves their house, so they actually met on a dating Web site. The good news, though, is that as Brits they'll probably have a good sex life and get along with their in-laws, according to a study by dating site eHarmony.

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