Another way for Google to take over the internet by making a social networking site aimed to take over Facebook the way it did to Myspace.
Guy 1: Dude, did you hear about Google+?
Guy 2: Yeah man, it's totally gonna kill Facebook.
It's pretty sweet, actually.
It's Facebook + Twitter + Tumblr. (and maybe a few other things that I haven't figured out yet)
You have a news feed, you can just follow people, and it has a reblog-type thing that makes it easy for pointless and stupid but funny things to sweep the internet faster than they ever have before. You can also +1(like) all kinds of stuff.
(on Facebook) Me: Hey, anybody want a Google+ invite?
87 people like this.
Ok, I'm gonna need all your emails...
The social networking website that will find any -ANY- way to create an account for you by making you click on the wrong button. If there's any other website where creating an account is easier, it is in all probability spam.
"Yesterday I was asked 3 times whether I wanted to be on Google+, twice on YouTube
and even once on Gmail
A way for Google to fuck YouTube over and just constantly make it worst and impossible to comment on.
Guy1: hey what ever happened to that Dutchcommie guy who was looking at and commenting on that video every day?
Guy2: Google+ fucked with the comments section, so he could no-longer reply to his comment and continue the chain.
Guy1: oh that sucks!
Guy2: yeah! and he was on Day365 when they changed it!
Guy1: Fuck a Duck
Google+ is bad, the new comment system requires a Google+ account to be linked to your Youtube channel, comments don't appear chronologically and is completely disorganized and would confuse to person as they try to find their desired comment, even worse is the spam that bombarded the comment sections, people would create accounts to disguise themselves as Hitler, Jesus, Obama, etc. and now that ascii art is allowed, many of the people would spam swastika's and dicks all over the comment sections, many of them is about bob building an army that is against Google+, even worse is that the new comment system doesn't have a limit for characters, which means that when you click "expand this comment" it is very inconvenient and time consuming to collapse it sometimes, even worse is when you click it, the link directs you to a screamer or a virus making this site appear more dangerous than the Yungas Road, The video "meet the new youtube comments" has more dislikes the likes on the Ratio, and the fact that it claims "Youtube comments just got better" is a lie, The spam and the offensive comments makes it way worse and unsatisfying, the new changes drives many people to delete their Youtube accounts and migrate to Vimeo, The youtube co-founder "Jawed Karim" is also against this update, in his first youtube comment in 8 years, the comment says "why the fuck do I need a Google+ account to comment+".
Google+ is a social networking site by Google. It was created sometime around when Youtube was sold to Google. When Youtube was sold to Google, all hell broke loose. Youtube became more and more worse and at least 75% of people that currently use Youtube would agree. Basically, Google is slowly turning Youtube into a social networking site, instead of an anonymous video sharing site.
Thanks to Google+, the following has happened:
- The comments section was completely revamped. (They're biggest mistake)
- Channel layouts are changed frequently, and nobody is happy about it.
- People are almost physically forced to link their Google account, and know there is no way to sign-up for Youtube without signing up for Google+
- Google now has a worse name, which is sad, knowing that it's the best search engine.
Google+ Team: "How about we completely change the layout of comments that have been the same since Youtubes launch!
Youtube User: "What the fuck"
... is the social networking site created by Google in 2011. It quickly reached over 10 million users in under 2 weeks becoming the fastest growing social networking site to date. It is popular for it's "circles" theme, which users credit as being a much more intuitive way of assigning different levels of permission to the different people you associate with. It is also praised for it's support of video chat with multiple users (up to 10) at one time. A first for social networking sites since it is not currently supported by Facebook and even the popular video chat service Skype makes you pay for the ability to video chat with more than one person at a time. Google+ is also boasting over 1billion posts a day despite being only 2 weeks old.
me: Are you on Google+?
my friend: Do you even have to ask?
me: Uh... yeah... kinda. You don't have to be a dick about it. You could just answer the question.
my friend: Yeah, I'm on.
me: You know, I guess I could have just searched for your name. Know what? You were right, I didn't have to ask. My bad.
my friend: No problem.
me: You know what? I'm not going to add you anyway because you are kind of a dick.