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!, 2018-10-29 11:38 »

Bwhahahhahaha... 5 seconds... that's hilarious! :clap: :lol: I never liked Google+, they tried to force it on me every each way. :sick: :problem:

Steven W, 2018-10-28 02:55 » ... story.html

Aaand after all that...
The consumer version of Google+ will be wound down over 10 months, ending by August, the company said. According to the statement announcing the death of the service, 90% of Google+ user sessions lasted less than five seconds.
5 seconds :lol:

Kittypie070, 2015-06-16 05:11 »

(violent liquid horking noises)

Sorry, I...don't have much else to contribute, other than that.

TmEE, 2015-04-15 13:44 »

I have said it for a while that Chrome is the new IE

!, 2015-04-15 02:04 »

Speaking of shoving crap down users' throats...

The trouble with the rat-race is that even if you win, you're still a rat. Way back in the day when Microsoft was unleashing IE onto the world, everybody howled that they were introducing new IE specific things for websites to be able to provide, eg ActiveX. Now it seems that google is doing the same thing with Chrome. In both cases the idea is to take ownership of the web... ... ifications

Google today launched Chrome 42 for Windows, Mac, and Linux with new developer tools. Chrome 42 offers two new APIs (Push API and Notifications API) that together allow sites to send notifications to their users even after the given page is closed. While this can be quite an intrusive feature for a browser, Google promises the users have to first grant explicit permission before they receive such a message.

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!, 2014-05-06 10:53 »

I was logging into Google Analytics... but... it automatically took me elsewhere...

Those sons of bitches are insane! :evil:

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MasterOne, 2013-12-19 08:48 »

You'll also notice that sometimes when signing into your Gmail account, it asks you if you want to join Google+. I didn't want to be asked, and don't want to join! This is Google's methodology when it comes to being the underdog in the world of social networking.

!, 2013-12-17 03:21 »

Google is going to blackmail you:

!, 2013-10-07 14:54 »

The other buttons now look disabled. LOL!

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!, 2013-09-25 19:06 »

YouTube integration with Google+ expands to comments section.

Apparently Google+ isn't dead yet and Google hasn't given up on pushing it onto its users. The latest appearance its making in Google's products is in YouTube's comments section.

Now Google+ is arguably in full swing on YouTube. Starting this week on channel discussion tabs and eventually on all videos, Google+ Circles will be a major feature of YouTube comments. It will allow users to switch between all comments and certain ones from people in their Circles. Additionally, people can comment publicly or privately again to just Circles.

Google+ was already somewhat integrated with YouTube and its comments after Google insisted people switch over to commenting using their Google+ name instead of YouTube username. Once you switch over from your username to Google+ name for a certain period of time, there's no switching back though - so it's more like "force" than "insist".

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