Having just completed a test FaceTime call with a rep at Apple (1.888.FACETIME), it occurs to me that a system of etiquette and standards for FaceTime calls is probably a good idea. Here are my initial ideas: No nudity unless both parties agree to it. If I am videochatting with you and suddenly I see your d*** on my screen, that's not cool. (Of course, it probably took about one minute for the first video phone sex call to occur once a couple got their matching iPhone 4s. And that doesn't count the calls made by Apple engineers "testing" the phone. I imagine this will be the unspoken reason why a lot of people use FaceTime.) For God's sake, no FaceTime calls while you're on the can. It's bad enough that people make regular phone calls while they're on the toilet. If other people are in the room with you, you must disclose this to the person on the other end. No fair having a bunch of people sitting quietly out of eyeshot of the camera but watching what's happening on the screen. No aiming the back-side camera at the Sun. That's all I've got for now.