Here’s an article about how to remove Google+, but you have to be logged on to Google+ to read it.
Needless to say, I can’t vouch for how well it works.
Hat tip, the Bearded One.
You could, ahem, rewrite the article to “clarify” certain “obscure” points that might be “unclear” to your faithful audience.
Liberal quoting of the original article, with requisite links, would of course be completely understandable and excusable.
They know their audience.
I was recently asked on YouTube to use my real name, but I had the option of saying no and could give a reason that I was better known as the alias.
Of course, when I registered on YouTube before Google bought it, I used a e-mail address I created specifically for the purpose.
I did that too, I had a friends and family only gmail address, and a yahoo address for any old crap, including blogspot, youtube, etc.
So now I have to sign out of my email account if I want to watch Gangnam Style or comment on Althouse.
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