Los Angeles-based MyLife, the people search site run by Jeff Tinsley, said Monday that it has now aggregated more than 1 billion user profiles. The site, which helps users find old contacts, coworkers, friends, and others, charging a subscription for access to the service. The site is backed by Oak Investment Partners, which has invested $25M in the firm. MyLife also said that it now has more than 50 million members, and is seeing around 1.5 million new members per month to the site. MyLife was formerly known as Reunion.com, and renamed itself after merging with Wink.com two years ago.