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Should Parents Share a Kid's Life Online?

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Uploaded on Jun 14, 2009

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http://www.twitter.com/chrispirillo - I was a baby once, a looong time ago. Some may argue I still act like one at times. However, I'm not dwelling on that point right now! I want to focus on an email from my friend Jim. He asks how will all of the content posted online of kids by their parents affect their future? Face it, parents post a lot of things about their children online in order to share with the World their child's great looks, the A they received on that term paper, and even their latest Crayola masterpiece. What impact could this possibly have on the kids as they themselves grow into adulthood? http://chris.pirillo.com - http://geeks.pirillo.com

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