i posted this legendary (qualifier: 40 million views) video in the wdt: only once i got a rep about it, did it occur to me that some people have never seen it. here's part of my pm in response: focus: as current parents, and especially for those who will be parents in the future, we are having to exercise command and control (or selectively withhold control), almost literally, in another dimension. our parents never had to deal with the internet. when we were growing up, if we even had a computer, the most our parents had to worry about was us drawing boobies on ms paint or watching scrambled porn on skinemax while eating toothpaste after we snuck out past our bedtimes.... yeah, i totally never ate toothpaste. just an example. but today, anytime our son or daughter even looks at a phone, we know that everything from the insane to the obscene is a few clicks away. that they can be influenced by peer pressure to the extent that "cyber bullying" is not only a new concept, but has driven children to suicide. how do you approach this? where do you think the line is between good parenting and over-parenting with this new facebook generation? alt. focus: for the three people who have never seen that video, discuss the video.