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 - Oct 15, 2008
References: 123people
Admit, you've done some virtual stalking before. A virtual love interest perhaps? A quick search to see what your arch enemy from high school is up to these days? A search of yourself? aims to make that process easier. Type in the information you know, even if it's just a name (provided the person in question isn't a John Smith) and the people search engine pulls up an intensive collection of information fit for a stalker.

A quick search of myself revealed a whole lot more about me than I thought was on the web. I have a fairly unique name, although it did pull up results pertaining to a few strangers.

Results include:
- Photos
- Microblogs (Twitter, ICQ)
- Phone numbers (not mine!)
- Email addresses (none are mine)
- Videos
- Blogs
- Documents
- Biography
- Social network profiles (Faceboo, LinkedIN, ZoomInfo)
- Amazon
- News