Wil Wheaton on Google shoving Google Plus down people’s throats:
>Where the thumbs up and thumbs down used to be, there is now a big G+ Like button. When you go anywhere near it, you get a little popup that tells you to “upgrade to Google plus” for some reason that I don’t remember, because the instant I saw it, I made a rageface.
Good post ((Good post that could have been great if Wheaton didn’t pull the dick-ish move of traditional media by not linking to the sources of two quotes he cites in his post, what is this 1991?)) .