I think that people should definitely apply the "what would my boss say?" rule to anything they post on the internet. There is, in fact, not much true anonymity to speak of and anything you say can come back to you - sometimes years later. I can't access Vanity Fair's website right now, but if you search for the name "Philip Markoff" on it, you'll find a great article they wrote. Essentially, a guy set up anonymous Craigslist and hotmail accounts, arranged to meet women for sex then killed them and stole their cash. The article explains how advanced technology has become in tracking supposed "anonymous" posts, and I believe the chief investigator said that e-traffic is much more traceable than any phone or written traffic right now. Personally, I always post with the "what would my future boss say" question in mind. Whether on TiB, Facebook, or any other media I think it's wise to play it safe. It may be fun now to get some laughs for posting a story about you getting drunk, stealing your buddy's car and crashing it then not getting caught, but what if five years from now you were in line to get your ideal job - the one you slaved through four years of university for - and in the last interview they presented you with your comments and asked you to explain them? Or, what if you have children and one of them finds a picture of you topless in a few years? If you think it can't happen, you're mistaken. Privacy laws should be respected and enforced, but I think if you post anything to any media that's even semi-public, you should use a great deal of caution.