So no one else on the planet can have the name "William Shatner"?
William Shatner's Google+ account was suspended on Monday and later restored for reasons Google won't divulge. “My Google+ account was flagged for violating standards,” the actor who played Captain James T. Kirk on Star Trek wrote to his almost 647,000 Twitter followers. “Saying hello to everyone apparently is against the rules …
@Doc Dish: So no one else on the planet can have the name "William Shatner"?
There's at least eight others, but how many of them have saved the universe, died and come back to life, not even JC has achieved that one yet. What would be interesting to see is a convention of William Shatner impressionists ..
The TV show is called: "$#!@ my dad says"
It is very funny and has been shown in the UK of on 5*.
PS: I still miss Boston Legal, when I grow up I want to be just like Denny Crane, minus the mad cow.
PPS: 5* = a channel available on freeview.
Wrong, I get it. I just don't see why *my* social network should be the business of some company.
I think it's you who does not get the point. The "share with your buddies" is just a ruse to get more information on you to sell for advertising. That's it.
Also, because of my views, if my G+ account got connected to my meat-self I could well be fired. So the social network now becomes a forum for employers to impose a certain world-view on their employees.
So again, my real name? Never.
On google+ people can only see what you share with them unless you send it to public (unless you add your boss to one of the circles that you send the naughty stuff to - in which case stupid is it's own reward!).
It's one of the things I really like about google+ - it's highly unlikely that there will be something embarrassing sitting in my publicly viewable posting history (unlike facebook).
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