After being rejected by Google+ and with their vaginas packed full of sand, Anonymous has decided to create its own social network.
Google’s new social networking program, Google+, is picky about who gets in right now, especially as it’s being rolled out. And among the more prominent recent rejectees is Anonymous, the group responsible for several government and business website hacks in recent weeks. Now, Anonymous says it is starting its own social networking site.
Everybody’s making one of these things nowadays. Who will be next? Furries? Clowns? Pedobear? Stay tuned and find out!
I just joined up and so I’ll Google is Great! be checking out the feature set Google is Wonderful! to see if it really is worthwhile. Google is spectacular! I’ve heard rumors about intrusive behavior Google rules! but so far nothing seems out of the ordinary You must love Google!
My opinion is that Google+ is brand new Release and also required much time then we are comparison with Face book,
Despite various failed attempts in the past, Google is taking another stab at creating a social platform to rival Face book.Google+ is really amazing social networking platform that’s set to rival Face book.
I’ve been playing around with Google+ for a few days. I really like it. I think FB is going to have to scramble. FB is doing everything it can to eliminate any privacy, while you can maintain privacy with Google+, I really like that concept.
I wonder if we would treat each other differently if we all had our real faces as our avatars…
Probably not. According to Daniel Hamermesh in his new book Beauty Pays, attractive people are more successful than the less fortunate ones. He may be right, but where I believe he is wrong is when he speculates that people get better treatment from others because they are attractive. It is obviously very possible that attractive people are on average also smarter, happier, healthier, etc.
I really doubt your comments would make me think more or that I would find your jokes to be more witty if I knew you looked like George Clooney.
OTOH, Perry and Romney are probably the front runners because they are attractive. But since all the candidates sound pretty much the same, it makes sense that people would pay a closer attention to their physical appearance. Or maybe, again, we know—perhaps without being consciously aware of it—that people who are attractive are on average more successful and we perceive Perry’s and Romney’s good looks as some kind of an indicator of their overall potential. I guess it can go either way.
But my thoughts were somewhat different from the treatment of people by looks. I was thinking that a ‘concrete’ face (beautiful, or ugly like mine) in the place of an avatar might make a difference in how we treat each other. It’s just a thought. I’m not sure whether it would make things better, worse, or no different.
I know that, for example, I would neither provide an insult toward nor expect an insult from GaryTheHuman because I have met him, and like him. (Yes, even though he smokes, George)
Of course, if he were to turn around and write that I am the dumbest thing since chalk, then it would probably hurt worse.