I'm not sure when "google" became an actual English verb, but have you ever tried googling your name to see what comes up? I have.
Recently a co-worker of mine had a candidate come in to interview for a recruiter position at our company. The first thing out of his mouth was, "How does your daughter like Michigan State?" Of course my co-worker was taken back ..not to mention a bit freaked out (How the heck does this guy know about my daughter?) ...After looking at the guy with a concerned look on his face, the candidate divuldged, "I googled you" - I read about it in your dad's obituary. Needless to say, he didn't get the job.
So my curiosity peaked, I began googling myself, family members, neighbors, anyone who's name popped in my head. I found that there are many, many Erin Moores, some even less savory than me. (I was googling images only - not recommended for minors or adults with weak stomachs - google images is pot luck - you never know what your going to get).
Sifting through several pages of Erin Moore's without finding myself I moved on to other members of the family. The only ones that came up were Amelle and Amaya - and they were linked to our old family website (which is no longer in existance, thanks to the blog).
Go ahead, google yourself - see what you come up with! (Oh yeah, the picture, yes, that's me, "Erin Moore")