Sometime to find a long lost friend is not easy. You don’t have his phone number
and you forget his email. Maybie it is the situation when you want to contact me
after several months or years. To prevent this from happening, I am trying to list my
name on many directories as possible (both on the web and using traditional
ways) so you can reach me wherever you are and whenever you want. Now what I
need to do is to tell you who to ask if you lost my contact information one day.
New! A new method to access added
Directly type "Jian Shuo Wang" or "Jian
Shuo" or "wangjianshuo" in IE
toolbar. You will find my name listed #1 in as result.
1. Dial 114 and ask for phone number of Jian Shuo Wang
I have asked the Shanghai Telecom to list my home phone in the 114 directory.
The most convenient way to locate me is to dial 114 (021-114 if you are not in
Shanghai) and ask for the phone number of me. By the way, if you want to list
yours, dial 1000 for residents in Shanghai.
2. Search for in
You will get tens of result from Yahoo!. Pick up the one which leads you to
my homepage at http://www.wangjianshuo.com
and you will find my contact information at [Contact Information] section.
3. Search for Jian Shuo Wang or
Wang Jian Shuo in any search engine
At least it works on google.com, yahoo.com…, more and more search engines
are listing this web site now.
4. The most easy way, remember this web site
You will find all the information you need about me on this web site. It is
5. Contact my friends and ask.
I don’t concern too much about my privacy. You can easily get my contact
information from my friends if you remember any of their names. If any one asks
for my mobile number or email address, just feel free to tell him/her.
What if I forgot your name? I only remember I once hit an interesting
personal web site?
It is usual that you visit a web site, feel it interesting, want to go back
and …. you don’t remember the URL or the name. There is no keyword to search
in Yahoo!, there is no hints so that you can ask others? What can you do?
Check the History of your browser. Press Ctrl+H in your browser to call the
history pane if you are using Internet Explorer. Take a look at the items in
history list one by one, carefully. If you are lucky, you can find it.
P.S. This post was previously published on Tuesday, January 01, 2002