"Beware what you post online," goes current conventional wisdom, "because it'll be on the Internet forever."
Old convictions, embarrassing photographs, blog posts and social networking pages -- we hear stories everyday of people being haunted by their digital pasts; losing jobs, relationships and respect because of what they have posted online.
Which makes it all the more curious why a Google search of once-renowned radio personality Steve Shell yields no results.
Gone are Shell's Facebook page, his radio show's Web site, his LinkedIn, Twitter and Flickr accounts.
It's one thing for a person to decide he's done sharing his life online and closing his accounts, but no private citizen has the power to wipe out the cached versions of his online life.
Which begs the questions: Who is digitally disappearing Steve Shell. MORE.