Googling yourself

I just spent 2 days at a conference in Toronto aimed at helping teachers learn to use new technology to make their students learn better, and be more engaged. One of the speakers was Will Richardson, who is a college professor in New Jersey and has 48,000 readers for his blog. He asked us how many of us Googled ourselves regularly, to see what others can see about us when THEY Google us?
So I did it --today, to see what comes up. And the amazing Internet found the first letter to the editor I ever had published, when I was 11 in Montreal. And it also found when I won a World Book Encyclopedia from the Montreal Gazette for submitting a question to Ask Andy about How teeth grow from the gums?
I have those old yellowed clippings in my memory box at home, but now I can also share these online, thanks to Google. Cool!