My original YT channel -- upon which I have many videos -- was created in January, 2007. My G+ Profile was created around July, 2011.
I see most YT posts/comments on one G+ Profile, but then I seem some on a second one. I never created a second one on purpose.
I would greatly appreciate any help with my confusion! ^_^
I believe I am posting this question while logged in to my main G+ Profile -- the only one I want. I will attach my active YT Channel, which is the only one I want.
P.S. It looks like the "new"/secondary G+ Profile BEGAN with a post from May 29, 2013, and the most recent is November 17, 2013.
The "old" G+ Profile has my original posts of pics, logo, etc. and the "new" one is asking for a new logo, design, etc.
I could provide the links to the various Profiles and Channels, but this may be a security issue -- and/or too confusing.
I would like to keep what I consider my original G+ Profile, and my original YT channel. It looks like this began around May, 2013.
Thank you kindly for any help.
I will definitely be careful about deleting anything.... because I know it is permanent.
I'll try your ideas. Thanks again.
The other problem is that the final message of the film is abstract: It's generally said to be about searching for one's Creator, but I think it's more about AI coming into self-awareness. Additional themes are Spock and Decker finding their destines.
Anyway, it's my favorite of the lot; I've been running across other people who agree.
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StevenErnest = Steve in earnest . . .
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