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September 23, 2011 at 06:05:53
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Hi all,

This week's poll question is about news Google+ has been opened to the general public. Discuss here if you're going to take the dive into Google+, and, if you like, the poll results themselves.


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September 23, 2011 at 06:40:44
I had to Google to find out what Google+ was. I am not interested. I already spend too much time in front of this computer.

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September 23, 2011 at 09:47:03
Google+/-? What? LOL Ditto what OTH says. :)

Good question, though, Justin. ;)

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September 23, 2011 at 10:44:50
I agree with you guys. I had to google it too to see what it was. I have no interest in social networks anyhow. The less people know about me, the better I like it. I, also, spend too much time in front of a machine :))

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September 23, 2011 at 11:16:53
... ya Justin you're introducing too many topics we're all wearing out our clicking fingers ... lol
Demonstrative exspelling
... there is logic to this madness!
the element of surprise Grrrrrrrr

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September 24, 2011 at 00:27:25
I miss the days when you had to at least step out your door to socialize. The days when only the ultra rich had cell (portable) phones, because you had to have an assistant carry the battery pack. When long distance calls caused your bill to go up. When most people only had three tv channels, one almost dedicated to war and politics, one dedicated the space race, and one that rather often didn't have much you wanted to watch.

Now we don't need the tv or phone anymore we can do it all from this addictive contraption. Heck we can order pizza (or almost anything else) and a movie to watch never having spoken to anyone except to answer the door when the food gets here. We can have life long friends we have never met in person nor ever spoken to. If we can figure out a way to procreate over these things we'll never need to have any contact at all. Well I guess we could fedex the needed ingredients to get the job done?

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September 25, 2011 at 15:12:42
I have had it for a while (invitation) but same as facebook i don't use it only if i need to check something and it needs you to log in.

Facebook for me anyway is for the younger generation and i don't like my personal details splashed all over the place

Google+ is apparently the new facebook thats why facebook is rumoured to have changed everything this week to compete with Google+

But i had to get facebook as often i would get sent a link to someone or something on there and could not see it as i was not registered.

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September 25, 2011 at 16:33:24
I had a few send ne stuff like that. I just told them not to anymore because I had no intrest in facebook.

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September 25, 2011 at 17:28:45
In fact I find Facebook very useful even though I keep well clear of it.

You see, I live in the UK and we have four daughters, three of which live in the UK and one in Australia. Our eldest, who is a correspondent here on TV, is the only one that does not use Facebook.

Via Skype my daughter in Australia keeps us up to date with what two of them are up to in the UK, from Facebook. We see our eldest daughter on TV, so technology covers all four.

However, shock horror, I don't even have a mobile phone (cell phone) - they are too darned small for me. Computers are a different ball game - we've got four of them on the go. However, my wife has a smart phone and on a good day she can tap out a text message in less than half an hour LOL. Hey, that's about how long it takes to drive to our nearest daughter, who we learn about via Australia.

Does the above prove or disprove the saying that "technology makes the world smaller"?

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September 26, 2011 at 21:37:25
I am thinking both. LOL

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November 30, 2011 at 06:43:32
Google+ is not really open to everyone just yet. I'm 16, Google knows that. But yet I'm not allowed to have an account. It is only open to people 18 and up.

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