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Spokeo Brings You All Your Friends' Online Profiles in One Place

Website of the Day: Spokeo

Inevitably, if you hang out with a bunch of web geeks like I do, then your pals will all have blogs, belong to several social networking sites, have online photo books, and twitter to their hearts content. So how do you keep up with all the info? Periodically checking in by clicking from one site to the other can take some time, but you can cut it down significantly with Spokeo.

Spokeo is a social network aggregator that finds your pals profiles from across the web and brings them to you all in one place. Pulling info from sites like Yelp, MySpace, Twitter, Flickr, imeem, LinkedIn, and tons more, one stop at Spokeo will bring you all the details on what your pals are up to. Just upload your contacts to Spokeo, and it will find all your buddies' profiles so you can see what they are doing next Friday, or read their latest entry on their blog. Like RSS is to news, Spokeo is to your friends. It's free to try, so check it out — it might save you some precious clicking time!

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phatE phatE 8 years
oooh wow... i don't like this at ALL. i don't think i need to see everything everyone is doing.. i am trying to figure out how to block my information on it.. it's a great concept, but it almost feels stalkerish
sparklestar sparklestar 8 years
Another one?!
Sasseefrass Sasseefrass 8 years
Like any other reasonably tech-literate person out there, I know that my 'net presence isn't entirely private, but this sure makes it easy to fish this info out. Wow. I'm not entirely sure if I'd use the service on an ongoing basis, but it was worth the visit for the eye-opener.
kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 8 years
i had the same feeling about it. i don't really want to know every detail of your life. and since i'm the most tech savvy of all my close friends, i would be stalking my second tier of friends. kinda coo coo!
amycullen2 amycullen2 8 years
I tried this a while back and ended up not liking it cause I felt like I was spying on my friends. It get's everything about them and some how (can't really explain it) it felt wrong.
lynbird lynbird 8 years
I like to keep up with my friends and family as much as the next girl, but do you ever get weary of people wanting to know where you are, what you're doing, every moment of the day? I do.
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