Tuesday, April 19, 2005


We have all become used to the simplicity of finding things on the web with just a few clicks. Google is a verb, so what can come along to make you take a deep breath?

How about a search engine that finds people, gives you all their personal data, draws a map with directions to their house, and to top it all off, has a satellite photo? Welcome to ZabaSearch.

ZabaSearch was launched at the end of February, 2005 and is just amazing and scary. An excellent review of the site was done by David Lazarus in his San Francisco Chronicle column.

The site appears to work better in IE than Firefox, where the links were not clickable.

In a world in which nothing is private, anonymity is your most precious asset.

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