A common mistake people make is using technology almost as the reliable source to connect with the other person. If you aren't going to actually communicate with that person face to face from the beginning then the relationship has a much less chance of surviving. I'm not saying that it wouldn't last. It all depends on how much control that yourself has on the relationship rather than your mobile phone.
Using technology can often send mixed signals as you can't clearly see the body language the other person is displaying, so any future reference to form a relationship with that person either romantically or sexually is going to take some sort of working out as you cannot truly understand the signals the other person is portraying in the first place.
The point which I am performing great implementation on is technology has a great impact on how we live our lives nowadays. Humanity of my generation often question themselves as to why they are single and that is because it has forced the majority to conform to it, with that using it constantly, I often find that it sets a levels of distraction at an increased rate, which falls upon decreasing the imagination of things to do around you, whilst you are in a relationship or even on your own.
There are so many perspectives you can look through, modern generations often look back on to elderly couples and wonder how they've lasted so long and that is because they had no interference, they just had one another.