Google+ lost its golden glow about a month after it opened its beta, with some 20 million people already signed up. The honeymoon breaker boils down to nyms, names and anonymity — identities on the web. Google+ has provoked two discussions — one on pseudonyms (nyms) and the other on common names.
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