Based on the Microsoft commercial thread, I was thinking about how much stuff we really leave out there for people to see. So try googling your name and describe the results.
Total results: 110,000
#2 result is my Twitter account, which is set on Protect Your Tweets (only people that I approve can read them)
#3 result is my SlideShare account which only says that I am following a friend
#4 result is my entry on Whitepages.com, which has my phone number but an old address.
#8 result is my YouTube account, which is public, you can see videos of Sidney and Erik and me.
#9 result is my Twitvid account which has videos of Erik Bedard.
Probably the most information is on a website on the second page for MyLife.com, which has my parents' names but has them as still alive.
Most of the rest of the results are 17th century genealogical records from Cornwall, England.
"Loving a cat is like loving baseball. 'It breaks your heart. It’s designed to break your heart.' That’s what late baseball commissioner Bart Giamatti said about the game, and it also applies to cats. Like baseball, loving a cat is unpredictable. Occasionally it’s glorious, but sometimes it’s terrifying and really sad. You live and die with it, think of it as a friend, and then it’s gone. Yet we keep going back." - Keith Bowers, A Love Letter to My Cat