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From: Kennita Watson <>
Subject: Re: Losing people
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2006 17:04:15 -0800

Point taken.  I was actually thinking of a time when
we've gone to the stars, and some of my friends and I
have gotten (say) hundreds of light-years apart.  Or
will we only count as friends people who've remained
within a few light-years?  "Finding" people using a
Google search is different than being able to reach
them, even now.

Live long and prosper,

On Nov 15, 2006, at 2:00 AM, CryoNet wrote:

> From: 
> Multiverse-Google (Gooliverse?) is the answer. It's easier to find  
> people
> who want to be found now than ever before. Before the Internet it was
> impossible.
> Alan
>> And you think  you have a hard time finding old friends *now*?
>> Just wait till you haven't  seen them for thousands of years
>> and you have multiple universes to look  for them in.  Long
>> before that point, I think a lot more people will  get lost,
>> especially if the current trend towards multiple  online
>> identities continues.  Then again, reputation markets  may
>> cause people to take pains to keep their identities  together.

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