If all goes well, in under two years I will be a qualified secondary school teacher. Being Generation Y I spent a lot of my time growing up on the internet. I've been active on the internet since I was about eleven. And from then until I was eighteen I did and said things that, because I was a child, I'm not proud of. As all of us do when we're growing up, only the curse of my generation is that some of it may be immortalized online. This is probably my only worry about being a teacher. I will be teaching a lot of tech-savvy teenagers and I will probably do a lot to irk them. Is there any way that I can prevent them from finding things I said online when I was young and reckless? Surely I couldn't teach with a pseudonym, so what are my options? Do any teachers currently worry about this?