Fuckers disabled my Google+ profile. I don't know if this means that Blogger is about to disable me and this blog too, but it's definitely complexifying my life for now, as my Blogger profile and my G+ profile were linked.
Some requests for you, gentle readers:
1) E-mail me here if you want me to notify you where my blog lands up. I promise to use your e-mail for no purpose other than that, not to share it with anyone for any reason, and to delete it after notifying you.
2) If you're not comfortable with that, which I perfectly well would understand, google "mydissolutelife" in a week or so's time – I hope to be up and running somewhere else shortly.
3) Give me advice on blogging platforms: what's good for us smutty, pseudonymous folks? Is it WordPress? Something else?
4) Make some noise about Google's unfortunate "Names Policy" and "User Content and Conduct Policy." I understand that I'm not the customer – the people they sell my information to is/are – but Google is a utility, and a natural monopoly, and its behavior (and that of Facebook, too, which is similarly a natural monopoly) should be regulated.
Check out the message I get when I try to log on to G+:
"After reviewing your profile, we determined that some of the content (for example text, images, or name) violates the Google+ User Content and Conduct Policy or Names Policy. Please remember that profiles are limited to individuals; use Google+ Pages for businesses and other entities.
While suspended, you will not be able to make full use of Google services that require an active profile, such as Google+, Reader, and Picasa. This will not prevent you from using other Google services, like Gmail.
If you believe that your profile was suspended in error, or if you recently changed your profile to comply with our policies please submit your profile for reconsideration.
Your profile will be reviewed again and we will lift the suspension if it complies with our policies. Reviews are usually completed within a few days.
We're sorry for the inconvenience.
We understand that Google+ and its Names Policy may not be for everyone at this time. We'd be sad to see you go, but if you do choose to leave, make a copy of your Google+ data first. Then, click here to disable Google+."