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Vine Dad Asks: Can posting videos of your kid online affect their future?

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The new Vine app is seen on an iPhone.

Six seconds can a super star make in this day and age of the internet, and LA based freelance writer Nick Confalone is one of those stars, but so is his baby.

Six seconds can a super star make in this day and age of the Internet. Los Angeles-based freelance writer Nick Confalone is one of those stars.

He has over 220,000 followers on the social media network Vine, after taking advantage of the outlet for uber-quick videos to share home movies of his baby: 

It all started out as a lot of fun, but eventually, his son's Internet fame raised some big questions about parenting in the digital age. Nick recently wrote about his experience in Slate, and he joins Take Two to discuss.

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