Thanks to the growing access of broadband, we know are learning how funny, sick, strange, talented, original thinking some people can be.
Youtube is fascinating.
And don't get me started on Hot Ghetto Mess.
And Flickr? Come on. Sharing pictures with family and friends?
I'm going to quickly tie this into something I'm not seeing enough being written about and that is net neutrality.
Think about Verizon, AT&T, and COMCAST deciding that Youtube is taking up too much bandwidth and decides to independently, in concert, filter Youtube's packets until Youtube agrees to pay them for the amount of bandwidth that goes over the "last mile" of wiring to the home that they control.
A few years ago, when MCI was still around, they had a dispute with someone and decided to block packets of the ISP. It caused some serious problems for a few days.
Currently, COMCAST has taken strong action to block SPAM senders by blocking packets that have 192.168.*.* some where in the packet stack. The end result is some legitimate email is not being received because of it.