Remember when phone books were used for everything? It gave kids an extra boost at the dinner table, it propped up bookshelves, and it was the best way to find a phone number or address when you needed to look someone up.
But even though phonebooks were the best way to find people and businesses, the Internet has made it obsolete. And sadly, getting to know your neighbors is a practice that's also fading away.
But it doesn't have to go the way of the buffalo.
You can get to know your neighbors the easy way with the White Pages Neighbors. This handy site combines the traditional phone book with modern social networking technology to help you build relationships with the people you see every day.
All you have to do is type your address in to the White Pages search bar and the site will pull up a satellite map of your block. You can click on nearby homes to see who lives in them and even find out more about them.
Now, this isn't a license to stalk your neighbors. Be sure to use this information responsibly. Some of the links available on the site may take you out to third party websites, so exercise caution if you're going to another site.
White Pages obtains its information from public sources and third-party data suppliers. Any of your information can be removed or changed at any time.