I've been on the internet since it was offered to us here i live, back in the early 90's. I remember i was the first one to sign up for it when it was offered to us
I've been making websites almost since i started using the web, back in the early 90's, and i am not ashamed of any of the sites i've made. it has been a journey of fun and experience
in fact, i still have the first website i ever put online, it's saying "19©95 made with notepad"
I'm not ashamed of anything i've done online, or offline. everything, good or bad is an experience. but of course, some things don't belong on the internet or to the public.
these things can be pictures taken of you on a party, or anywhere else. or written stuff or pictures of some delicate life experiences etc... :shifty:
Back in the 90's i discovered a lot of pics on the internet from a cruise i went on, and from some pretty wild parties in some computer gathering i was attending in the capital
needless to say, these things didnt belong online, and i had a long road to walk before i got all the pics removed. The pics wasn't that bad, but it didn't belong to the public as it was from my private life.
I'm easy to find by google, if you're using my real name, but you can't find anything about my real name, googling some of my nicknames.
I take privacy very seriously, and this is the way i want it to be.
almost everyday i see people put pics of their friends online with their name and description of these moments, and many of these things really don't belong on the internet.
So it's not just about what you, yourself do on the internet, but what is put on the internet about you :shifty:
I've been to hundreds of places and probably a thousand of parties all over the nation, and i can't imagine what i would think or do, if people starting to post about it with words and pictures
those people would have to migrate to a very distant region, for a long long time :smash:
but as i said, googling my real name would lead you directly to me with a lot of info, and there is nothing to be ashamed of in the SERPs, there are only benefits :smoke:
some people like to say that they got nothing to hide, but nothing to hide, does not necessarily mean that you should disclose it all...
when it comes to my boss.. well, i'm mostly my own boss