This idea popped into my head unbidden. I have no idea where the idea for this thread came from, honestly. In the age of the Internet, more ordinary people can disseminate information faster than ever before. As with all such powerful capabilities, this comes with some unintended consequences. Sometimes you find information that you didn't want to see. Maybe some pictures or something. Other times, you post something without thinking, or accidentally, that a lot more people see than you would have wanted. Maybe you did it in an emotional moment without thinking about the potential consequences. It's difficult to take back. FOCUS: What information have you learned on the Internet that you'd rather unlearn? Did you have a "small world" moment where you found out some facts about someone you knew in real life that you'd rather not know? ALT FOCUS: What have you posted on the Internet that you wish you could take back? Are there noobish Usenet posts out there with your real name on them? Any consequences from this?