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And so I cast my ears over the 21st studio album from Yes…

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Power corrupts and total power corrupts totally, but what will I think of the sixth studio album from Gentle Giant?

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And so I hope don't get knocked down by Traffic's sixth album…

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And so I look at the fifth studio album from Renaissance…

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And so I show all you dads out there how to make a basic loom band using a mini loom – then you can bask in the glory of your efforts and be a champion to your children!

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And so I turn off my mind, relax and float downstream…

Google & YouTube are dropping their "real name" policy and linking the comments to a Google+ account, but does this mean a return of the YouTube Troll?

This is the apology from Google+:

"When we launched Google+ over three years ago, we had a lot of restrictions on what name you could use on your profile. This helped create a community made up of real people, but it also excluded a number of people who wanted to be part of it without using their real names.

Over the years, as Google+ grew and its community became established, we steadily opened up this policy, from allowing +Page owners to use any name of their choosing to letting YouTube users bring their usernames into Google+. Today, we are taking the last step: there are no more restrictions on what name you can use.

We know you've been calling for this change for a while. We know that our names policy has been unclear, and this has led to some unnecessarily difficult experiences for some of our users. For this we apologize, and we hope that today's change is a step toward making Google+ the welcoming and inclusive place that we want it to be. Thank you for expressing your opinions so passionately, and thanks for continuing to make Google+ the thoughtful community that it is."