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Download Squad's Invite-a-palooza: Day 5

Today's Invite-a-palooza featured site just might reunite you with your long-lost love or your best friend from third grade (and if it does, we want to know about it). Spock, a new search service that's still under development, looks like it's shaping up to be a terrific way to search for people. The creators of this site want to be a human phone book of sorts by organizing information on, well, everyone. They're well on their way, too, since they've already indexed over one hundred million people.

Are you listed on Spock's Website? Right now, the only way to find out is by private invitation but, luckily, we've got some. If you're among first 200 people to leave us a note in the comment section, we'll send one your way (make sure to activate it if you get an email confirmation). Whether you snag an invitation or not, if you're a computer science engineer, you'll also want to check out the Spock Challenge for a chance to win $50,000.

If you know of a site you'd like us to consider for the Invite-a-palooza, drop us a note.

Tags: beta, invite, invite-a-palooza, people, search, spock



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