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Finding You at Home

Let's say you wanted to find a buddy from long ago, like Glee's friend in the anecdote earlier in the chapter. However, the Web-based searches produced too much noise; that is, too many pages that you didn't want to crawl through to find what you needed. You just wished you could look in the telephone book.

However, you don't know in what city your friend lives now and all your traditional sources don't work: their parents have moved on; your parents don't remember this person (maybe you weren't supposed to know them); or you can't ask your best friend because they didn't like this person. Whatever.


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