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  1. #21

    Quote Originally Posted by absent air View Post
    Hahah, I feel flattered somehow.

    Speaking of felonious crimes.

    If you would have digged further, you would know that I am an ex-employee. I am speaking with the burden of the reality behind those concrete walls.
    You worked for Google. This is just like the ending of a book; you know the part in which the reader gets a hint of the past one character had, after pages of suspense.

    Iím not going to let this confession slide btw, not without getting all the inside details on Google. GO.GO.GO.

  2. #22

    Quote Originally Posted by streetsweeper View Post
    You worked for Google. This is just like the ending of a book; you know the part in which the reader gets a hint of the past one character had, after pages of suspense.

    I’m not going to let this confession slide btw, not without getting all the inside details on Google. GO.GO.GO.
    Enclosures are a bitch streetsweeper
    Last edited by absent air; 07-07-2011 at 04:07 AM.

  3. #23

    I like Facebook.
    I like Twitter.
    I like Tumblr.
    I like YouTube.
    I like Wordpress.

    If Google could focus on integrating these services onto one ultimate profile page, I am there. If it tries to simply add itself to my already large stack of profiles, forget it.

    Until then, I'm just happy with http://about.me/lukiusjb
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  5. #24

    Quote Originally Posted by absent air View Post
    Enclosures are a bitch streetsweeper
    Thatís weird, I remember there being more to this comment... and my response to the now non-existent message was going to be Ďyou sound like my mum!í, but itís less funny now that we canít see the original post. In fact, itís not funny at all.

    I Googled my name, comes up with a picture of me and a link to my Facebook.. I wonder how one would go about removing information about oneself from the internet and if I could ever find the energy.

    Itís interesting, as much as I prefer to go ĎAnonymousí it feels like if your presence isnít recognised on the internet you donít exist, it seems the internet and Ďrealí life are so closely entwined these days.

    Quote Originally Posted by KaylRyck View Post
    I like Facebook.
    I like Twitter.
    I like Tumblr.
    I like YouTube.
    I like Wordpress.
    I like Youtube
    I like... yeah,,,,, canít think of anything else.

  6. #25

    Quote Originally Posted by streetsweeper View Post
    That’s weird, I remember there being more to this comment... and my response to the now non-existent message was going to be ‘you sound like my mum!’, but it’s less funny now that we can’t see the original post. In fact, it’s not funny at all.

    I Googled my name, comes up with a picture of me and a link to my Facebook.. I wonder how one would go about removing information about oneself from the internet and if I could ever find the energy.

    It’s interesting, as much as I prefer to go ‘Anonymous’ it feels like if your presence isn’t recognised on the internet you don’t exist, it seems the internet and ‘real’ life are so closely entwined these days.
    I feared that I might have dropped something, the juridical consequences are very severe.

    Your mom is right btw :p and deleting search results is quite hard, some people pay 10 thousands of dollars just to bump some unwanted info to the second page.

    one thing I know for sure is that you're never anonymous once you connect to the Internet.

  7. #26

    I just got my Google+ account set up last night and I like it so far. It's very no-frills and intuitive to use. The privacy settings are much simpler to implement and further reaching than Facebook.

  8. #27

    Quote Originally Posted by absent air View Post
    I feared that I might have dropped something, the juridical consequences are very severe.
    Your mom is right btw :p and deleting search results is quite hard, some people pay 10 thousands of dollars just to bump some unwanted info to the second page.
    one thing I know for sure is that you're never anonymous once you connect to the Internet.
    Oh, post-post regret? I understand completely.

    I guess privacy will die out like dinosaurs. In more interesting news, I now have a Google + account (this a slightly modified version of my name). I’m guessing you won’t be joining up?

  9. #28

    Quote Originally Posted by streetsweeper View Post
    Oh, post-post regret? I understand completely.

    I guess privacy will die out like dinosaurs. In more interesting news, I now have a Google + account (this a slightly modified version of my name). I’m guessing you won’t be joining up?
    Perhaps one day when all my friends and family have a google+ account I might consider joining.


    but meanwhile, I'll just die like a dinosaur.

  10. #29

    Google+ is ok not very excitin imo I have to agree with Kaylryck on this one

  11. #30

    Meh. I'm on there because I feel obligated to be, mostly because of my job. It's...okay, I guess.


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