Harry - 1:38 pm on Jun 29, 2011 (gmt 0)
I may not like Google or Google+ but it would be a big mistake to dismiss the service as inferior or a potential failure similar to Wave and Buzz. It won't be like that. Google+ actually innovates and adds features the average user will like, like more control over their circle of friends and who they share with. Unless Facebook can quickly come up with an alternative, this one will hurt them.
Also, this time Google has learned about managing privacy expectations. They will not screw up the same way they did with Buzz. They are in it for the kill and this product is more than decent.
Having said that, I won't support it out of principle because Google has hurt my business too much. I will not allow them, as a webmaster to make any more money off me. Already removed Analytics years ago,just removed Adsense last month.
Google has lost my trust and my business after having pillaged mine, taken stuff from me for years, without paying, mashing it up and now kicking me in the nuts. I'd be an imbecile to support any more of their products and services, whether they are good or not. No Android, no Google+, no Adsense, no Adwords, no Google Checkout, nothing from Google at all.