This is my frustration with trying to work inside a school system and  
why I don't even try anymore.  It's ridiculous that they think that  
young people aren't capable of doing this stuff by themselves without  
anyone's permission.  That being the case why try to control it so  
much?  Sure, put video and writing on the internet but how can we  
keep it private for the kids security?  Have they never heard of  
Blogger, LiveJournal, MySpace, Xanga, etc, etc, etc.? The words,  
photos, and videos of young people are all over the internet  
already.  Who do they think they're protecting?  It's like pretending  
that kids aren't having sex and that telling them about birth control  
will only promote the idea.  Give me a break.

Learn to videoblog:
Learn to videoblog in person:

On Nov 19, 2005, at 12:38 AM, jonny goldstein wrote:

> Anyone know of free blog that is password protected so people have to
> log in to view it? is can do this, but I can't use Yahoo
> for this as it's blocked by board of Education filters at the site  
> where
> I'll be.
> I want something easy to set up and free a la blogger. Also, I'd like
> it to be able to handle around 50 people logging into it at once with
> the same login.
> Thanks!
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