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See if Anyone In Your E-mail is on MySpace, LinkedIn, Friendster, or Similar Services

Many law students use LinkedIn for professional networking and MySpace for social networking. Law students also use a number of other similar services. Wouldn’t it be great to view the pages of all your friends, family, and professional contacts? Now you can.

Using Upscoop.com, you just enter the e-mail and password to your Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, or Hotmail account. Upscoop compares your contacts and displays to you anyone with a page at these websites. It’s very easy and works great!

The process only takes about 30 seconds. If you have a lot of e-mail addresses, the service will e-mail you the results after it looks them up (which could take hours, or even days, if you have many addresses).

Upscoop will search Aim.com, Bebo.com, Classmates.com, Facebook.com, Flickr.com, Flixter.com, Friendster.com, Hi5.com, LinkedIn.com, MySpace.com, Ringo.com, and Tickle.com.

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  • Andrew Flusche April 6, 2007, 2:34 pm

    This is a really cool find. I’m “upscooping” right now. Thanks!

    By the way, your spam guard reminds me how bad I am at math. Even a simple problem like 11 minus 8 takes me a second. hehe

    Take care,
    Andrew

  • BabyBarista April 9, 2007, 9:48 am

    Just a note to tell you that The Times newspaper has recently asked to host my blog and so my new web address is http://timesonline.typepad.com/baby_barista . My links list (with your site on it) will hopefully be put up in the next few days.

    Very best wishes,

    BabyBarista

  • Dan May 22, 2007, 12:43 pm

    Thanks for the Upscoop shout out! We’re glad you find it a useful tool, so stay tuned for further updates as we add new features!

    Also, feel free to take a look at our other product, Rapleaf, which lets you find, rate, and evaluate buyers and sellers (or your friends!). http://www.rapleaf.com

    -Dan
    Upscoop