How many of you have decided to see if you could find someone from your past online? I know some of you have because you've mentioned it in other threads here. Facebook makes it easy as long as both parties are on Facebook, and I have found a lot of people who I had gone to elementary or high school with, worked with at various jobs, or who I was friends with in different places where I have lived, but whom I would surely have never heard from again otherwise. It's harder for people who aren't on Facebook, and harder yet for those who aren't even online. I had lost my son for several years when we both moved before the Internet was a thing. His sons found me on Facebook, as Roy has never even used a computer, let alone been online. They had first found my website, in which I mention their father more than once, but I hadn't noticed the email they sent to me there, as I get so much spam that I don't always look carefully before deleting stuff. Knowing I was online though, they found me on Facebook. That kind of surprised me because I had one of the early computers, a Coleco Adam, while he was still living with me, and he had an Atari when he was a kid. Then there was a friend who I rented a house with when I was eighteen and nineteen. I hadn't seen him since the late 1970s and, of course, I had moved to several locations in several states since then, and not only had I changed jobs, but I completely changed occupations a couple of times. Given my common name, I was impressed when his wife contacted me on Facebook to ask if I was the Ken Anderson she was looking for. I had looked for him several times, with no success. He had moved from California, where we knew one another, to Texas, although I don't know if we were both living in Texas at the same time. It turned out that he too doesn't use a computer and isn't online, which is why I couldn't find him.