As social networks evolve, so to do your circles. Even in the few months since our launch, you’ve probably added a lot of people to your circles who you didn’t know before - people who share common interests, or came by recommendation of a trusted friend or expert.
» Why we need netiquettes Online social networks are designed to mirror your real-life social interactions. Different sites have had different levels of success in achieving that replication. Facebook, for example, is an ideal platform for mutual sharing of content with your real-life friends. Twitter on the other hand is more suited for public sharing similar to public speaking...
With the Chrome for Android beta, Google adds PC sync, hardware acceleration, Web standards, and more as part of its plan 'to reinvent mobile browsers.' Read this blog post by Stephen Shankland on Deep Tech.
In Google+: Open the post in question in another tab by clicking the posts timestamp with your mouse wheel. Go to that tab / single post: Then click at the Pinterest button. It might change the https to http, then you just click again to Pin the picture in the post.
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