Do you have a “third-culture kid?” … an “MK” (“missionary kid”)? If so, at least one anonymous worker in North Africa thinks you might enjoy

It’s a site where you can “narrow the gap between grandparents and grandkids, homeland and continents.” Simple and easy to use, you just log on and start building your family tree. Only members of your family can “talk” to you (though outsiders can “see” that you’re a part of a family chain). The service pledges that your email address is a safe secret. (“never spammed, never shared”: I like it.) The best part of all? It’s completely free — and highly recommended by Time Magazine, PC Magazine, and CNET.