Statistics on the “MySpace Generation”

Here are some interesting statistics from a December 12, 2005 Business Week cover story on the “MySpace Generation” — The percentage share of 24 million U.S. teens ( age 12 – 17 ) who do the following: Use the internet: 87% Instant message ( IM ) : 65% Go online everday: 44% Keep several IM […]

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Free People Search Directory for Your Cell Phone

Skipease offers a free people search and web search directory for use on your web-enabled cell phone or wireless mobile device. We have collected the best free online people search, reverse address lookup, reverse phone lookup, Google web and local search as well as map / driving directions sites that were specifically designed for use […]

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FaceBook – Find Classmates & Alumni

Although the FaceBook site was just launched in 2004, it is already ranked (as of today) at 105 among all internet sites on the Alexa index of web sites. FaceBook is a social network site for college students; high school students; alumni; faculty and staff to network and keep in touch with other people who […]

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Web Search Allows Average Citizens to Play ‘Spy vs. Spy’

This informative article in the Sydney Morning Herald discusses in depth  how  everyday citizens are using web searches from Google to Mamma to do background checks and ‘spy’ on one another. Instead of George Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’, we now have a multitude of wired ‘Little Brothers’… but who are we to complain, modern search technologies […]

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People Who Are ‘UnGoogleable’… For Now

Here is an interesting article from Wired Magazine about people who manage to keep their online personal data trails short or non-existant and are able to avoid being found on Google searches.  From the article – Geri Agalia doesn’t appear to leave less of a data trail than most Americans. She has a phone in […]

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