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    Finding People on the Internet

    E-Mail addresses are notoriously difficult to find. To find out why, try the first address, which gives a good definition of the problem and a few suggestions for starting your search. The complete text is available in the Registrar's office. This is followed by other sites that give help in searching. Telephone directories on-line are a bit easier, of course, since they are already organized. However, whenever there is a problem in relation to the Internet, there are dozens of people out there who try to find a solution. The number of E-Mail and telephone/address services has exploded. Sorry, most are based in the U.S.A. As an alternative to the following sites specifically designed to find people, try entering your last name in one of the above search engines and see what comes up. If you have an unusual name like "Heglar", you just might find some long-lost relatives. (Thanks to The Net(Aug. 1996) magazine for many of the following sites and descriptions)

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    Last modified: 25 March, 1998. This page is updated on a continual basis. Please check frequently. If you would like to make suggestions or to report that something doesn't work, direct yourself to the Registrar's office.

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