The following article really opened my eyes. I don’t want this blog to interfere with my future, projected life. I have to stop now.
“Finally, it’s important to recognize that once you publish something online, it is available to other people and to search engines. You can’t retract it.
Even if you go back and remove the information from a site, it’s always possible that someone has already seen it. And they may have saved a copy.
In addition, some search engines “cache” copies of Web pages so that they open faster; these cached copies may be available a long time after a Web page has been deleted or altered. Some Web browsers, also, maintain a cache of the Web pages a user has visited, so the original version of your posting may be stored in someone else’s machine.
The bottom line? Once something is out there, there’s no guarantee you can take it back.“
- It was fun while it lasted, but I need to maintain a professional image. I’m going into business. Super professional.
Classy, professional, business.
- It was fun while it lasted, but I’m stopping. I don’t want some dorky blog to interfere with my future children, Julian Keenan and Maynard Lennon.
Maynard Lennon’s nickname is going to be “Lemon Meringue!”
- It was fun while it lasted, but goodbye. Forever.