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Apr 1 Posted 11 months ago
I love Circles: the fact that you can have a Circle for any and every idea you have whether professional or personal, and never need to worry about infiltrating others’ feeds with information they quite frankly don’t care about. It’s a brilliant idea!
Mar 16 Posted 11 months ago
However, demise and danger of Google+ is also contained in : "..In the words of Larry Page, “If you ignore Google+, Google search will ignore you.”..."
Web version of racketeering and bullying. Should you pay an homage to a bully or stand strong against him and organize in parallel with it? Morally, there is only one answer. Practically, if you are small and not daring - you'll pay the mobster instead of risking him throwing a Molotov coctail through the window of your business. This also underlines how much Google operates on the very edge of the law: just imagine Bank of America head saying the same and actively obstructing business not conducted through his bank...
Using a Google+ depends on very simple question a free man can ask himself: do I want to be a product which Google trades in with true Google customers or am I a free man and use only services that exclusively serve me, businesses to whom I am a customer, not a product?
Consequences are fast coming. In the near future Google products will not be able to use truly free market. You want Ford and Google knows that - MSRP+some at any dealership for any Ford "just for you". Me, without Google account, actively not using any of their services and blocking its tentacles as much as I can - real free market, price of Ford as to the best of my negotiating kills vs. dealership under current supply and demand in general. True "just for me".