Google+ is about discovering new people based on your interests. It allows you to cast a wide net independently of time zone or language. Every now and then you might see a post in a language you didn’t even know existed.
You might have noticed that Google Calendar looks a little bit different. This is the first in a series of changes to make our products more consistent and intuitive so your experience is more enjoyable and productive.
After the last article about the exploits of some apps to gain profits for invites, I thought I should share something useful. As an added bonus, the developer also included a humor section with some truly hilarious comics and photos for your enjoyment.
Google+ is becoming pretty popular among photographers as a way to share work and connect with others. Scott Kelby and Co. made this helpful (and free) hour-long primer with tips on how to use the service effectively.
#plustip #stats #analytics Thanks to the Google+ API that was launched recently we can now collect figures on our engagement here... not to have a competition amongst power users but to make our engagement more effective and to organize our time on here in a much better way.
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This week saw Google bring out new changes to Google Plus, an engineers rant goes public, controvery over alleged declining numbers of Google Plus users, Google shareholders wallets get larger, the late week announcement of the plan by Google to...