Category: People Search

How To Keep Your Address Book Up-To-Date

Life moves at an unrelentingly fast pace. Everything around us changes constantly. It can be tough to keep up. How many times have you changed your contact information? Probably several. People move, update their phone numbers and adopt the latest technologies. It’s easy to lose track of someone.

Family Stories Month

November is the owner of an often-overlooked celebration known as Family Stories Month. It’s a simple thing, really. Just a time to reflect on the silly, funny, serious and sometimes terrifying stories that help define our family units. Family Stories These are the stories of us. They can make us laugh, cry and experience every Read More…

Learn About The Past … From People Who Lived It

How much do you know about your family tree? October is Family History Month – a great time to learn more about the people who came before you. Tracing your family history can be a rewarding experience that comes with unexpected turns, surprising twists, frustrating dead-ends, and amazing discoveries. Genealogy enthusiasts often spend years searching Read More…

How John Harris Learned About His Past

John William Harris always wanted to know more about his family. His father passed away when John was only 5. He heard that his father had been murdered, but didn’t know for sure. For 62 years Harris often wondered about the family he never knew. While watching a PBS special called “African American Lives” he Read More…

Introducing Reverse Email

How many social profiles do your friends and family have online? You may not even know; people have accounts on so many sites these days it’s almost impossible to keep up. Of course you could spend hours searching through dozens of websites to find them all, but our lives are far too busy. We don’t Read More…

Celebrating The Dream Of Martin Luther King Jr.

His dream was worth sharing with the world. On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech that became one of the most respected and iconic discourses in American history. It was a warm summer day when Reverend King stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. He addressed a Read More…

Stephen Colbert Helps Welcome Home The Troops

It’s hard to imagine a more touching moment. Soldiers who have been deployed in Iraq return to applause, cheers and the open arms of loved ones. On August 19, 2010, the last American combat brigade left Iraq. The final members of this 4,000 member unit made their way out of the country and into Kuwait Read More…

Should You Jailbreak Your iPhone?

Your iPhone may have just received an official pardon from the U.S. Government. Jailbreaking and unlocking phones has been possible for years, but also illegal. Not anymore. The new ruling comes directly from the Library of Congress. After reviewing the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, they decreed jailbreaking legal (for mobile devices, anyway) and gave more Read More…

A Year Of Anyone, Anywhere

On Saturday, May 29 2010, this blog – Anyone, Anywhere – celebrates its one-year anniversary! What a year it’s been! We’ve covered a vast array of topics, brought up ideas on how PeopleFinders can make your life easier and enjoyed reading some opinionated comments from you. A few of our favorite moments include:

Thank You For Reminding Us … Again

Everyone has a story. We love to hear from people who found and reunited with long-lost friends and family through our website, PeopleFinders.com. A few months back, we took a moment to thank some of these great people for sharing their stories with us. As it turns out, we have a lot to be thankful Read More…