yoName turns your computer into a private detective. Look for anyone you want. You can even look them up by a username or an email address! If they're on any of the big-time networks like MySpace or Facebook, yoName will find them. Look up friends, family, ex-es. Look up yourself and see if someone's impersonating you. Or just have fun and look up celebrities, even if the first five entries for Paris Hilton are all "male, 39, single, in Madison, Wisconsin".
OK. Let's say you're at the club and you're flirting with this total stud (and he is way out of your league, by the way), and, boom, you score digits. The problem is, genius, that the next day they're still in the pocket when you toss your jeans in the wash. You remember his name, but he's not in the book. I mean, who even uses the book anymore except to order pizza? Exactly. So now what do you do? yoName!
Or let's say you and all your friends were gonna totally hang out after graduation and here it is, two years later, and everyone's either away at college or too busy and you have to pull out the yearbook to even remember your best friend's nickname. How are you going to track everybody down and get the old crew back together? yoName!
So check it out. Here's how yoName works. It's really complicated, so you might want to write this down. You ready? Okay, here we go:
1) Type in a name (or if you want to get real advanced, an email address).
Done. Tah-dah. That's it. Now you'll get all of the matches to that name on network sites from all over the web with just one search!
MySpace? Check. Friendster? Check. Facebook? Xanga? Check and check.
Now get out there and track down your peeps!