Conducting a deep search for myself, I found that the results covered data pulled from profiles at My Space, Facebook, and countless other sites like article directories and blogs.
I was especially impressed by Piple’s efforts to dig for email addresses and content within miscellaneous web pages.
These people will have dates on a regular basis, and they may or may not be having sexual relations.
This period of courtship is sometimes seen as a precursor to engagement or marriage.
In today’s Internet world of booming social networks, it’s easier to find lost friends and colleagues than it ever was before.
In fact, the private world of yesterday is now an online world with open access to social networks, government databases, and public records.
You can read about how to use Piple at this article by Karl.
I think everyone should have decent online stalking skills.
Not because I condone stalking, but because knowledge is power -- if you don't know how to find people online, how do you know what people can find about you online?
Today, it’s hard to find anyone who hasn’t commented on a blog entry, made a post in an online forum, or registered at Facebook or Flickr.
The Internet is filled with opportunities to create a profile, and every single profile provides the Internet with additional data points about you that people can use to find you when they need to.