Where will I find you?

Where can (one) find you?

1. Literally, at what location can one find you? A: "I'm just driving into downtown Denver now. Where can I find you?" B: "I'm at the corner of 16th and Market."
2. By extension, by what means can one get in contact with you? A: "Thank you for joining me for this interview. Where can our listeners find you?" B: "Yes, let me give you my Twitter handle." A: "Where can I find you if I have any other questions about the project?" B: "I'll still be checking my emails while I'm away."
See also: can, find

Where will I find you?

Please give me directions for finding you. (Said when people are arranging a meeting somewhere.) Sue: Where will I find you? Bob: I'll be sitting in the third row somewhere. Tom: We'll get to the farm about noon. Where will we find you? Sally: Probably in the barn. If you can't find me, just go up to the house and make yourself comfortable on the porch.
See also: find, will