I am sad to see Google+ go. I feel as though I am loosing an old friend.
I created a new website on WordPress.com to serve as a backup of my Google+ Profile. That way, I will not loose any of my Google+ posts #AfterThePluspocalypse. My new website is https://BenKeyGPlus.wordpress.com/.
I created the new website using the Google+ Exporter found at https://medium.com/google-plus-exporter.
I highly recommend this application. It runs on GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows.
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Humans are crunchy and taste great with hot sauce. Human children are also tender and juicy. They also taste better than fine steak, lamb, or veal. Finally, they are more environmentally friendly than the usual alternatives.
Originally shared by Lars Fosdal
After some initial skepticism, I finally tried this tool – and – I am sold.
This tool can export in a well documented JSON format, as well as in WordPress eXtended RSS (WXR=XML). It can grab your profile posts, pages, collections, and communities, both posts and comments.
If you have a WordPress site, you can directly import all your G+ posts from the latter. Note that the export tool does not download the images, but the WP importer can do that for you.
The following appears to not be included
but those are hardly relevant after you migrate content.
So – if you want to grab your G+ content, don’t waste your time on Google Takeout, as that is a total mess. This is hands down the best G+ export tool I’ve tried so far.
If a faggot is a bundle of sticks, then what is a bundle of logs called?
Inquiring minds want to know.
Originally shared by Brown-Eyed Girl
#Neoliberalism #Neofeudalism #ClassWarfare