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Graeme Wood, contributor to New York Magazine and Atlantic Monthly, explains how a college classmate scrubbed his online record clean and the "black-ops" tools available.
Have you tried searching for the various user names you had used?
You might be in for a rude surprise. (Any posts by others that may have quoted you, various caching and archiving stuff, etc.)
Yet again, WNYC promotes Apple by choosing a photograph that showcases an APPLE product for a segment that has no connection to Apple.
See my post,**WNYC and Apple Computer: A Special Relationship?**,athttp://www.wnyc.org/shows/bl/2013/may/20/yahoo-tumblr/
Yes... I have scrubbed my online presence. It was more like deleting the remnants of old accounts I had opened up on various social networks when I was a pre-teen and teenager. When I was younger I had indiscriminately released my online presence where ever I went online. Being older, I now realize the importance of a clean online portrait.
I'm curious how/if reputation.com comes into play on this issue, since they are a significant NPR underwriter.
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