Social-networking web sites such as Facebook and MySpace are changing how high school classes reunite, reports the Norfolk Advocate of Connecticut. Though people have long used the internet to reconnect with old friends, the sites make it easier to keep track of dozens of classmates beyond the big, planned, once-a-decade events. Jeff Clarke decided not to attend his 10-year Norwalk High School reunion in 2003. Many of his friends from high school had moved and weren't going, so Clarke figured he wouldn't bother getting dressed up and traveling to the Norwalk Inn, facing the possibility that there would be no...

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