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Google+ Turns 2, Rolls Out Redesigned Follow Buttons And Badges, Introduces Badges For Communities

Google+ Turns 2, Rolls Out Redesigned Follow Buttons And Badges, Introduces Badges For Communities | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it

Google+ turned two today. To celebrate, Google’s social network didn’t just dress up Mr. Jingles, but it alsolaunched a redesign of its Google+ plugins for websites, including its Follow, +1 and share buttons, as well as itsbadges for pages and profiles.

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We're bullish on Google Plus and, so it seems, is Google. The company is evidently investing big in its social platform. It will likely give Facebook a run for its money. 

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The Apple-ization Of Microsoft

The Apple-ization Of Microsoft | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it

Microsoft has a history of following Apple's innovative lead: As Microsoft prepares to launch Windows 8, the hardware world faces a big question. Is going it alone exactly what Microsoft wants?

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Websites don’t kill newspapers, people kill newspapers.Scoop.it

Websites don’t kill newspapers, people kill newspapers.Scoop.it | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it
.The newspaper. One of the most sacred institutions of the publishing world and one of its oldest, most respected methods of knowledge gathering and collection of popular opinion, dating all the way back to the first printing presses ever created.
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The end of the newspaper is nigh! Well maybe not, but it is true that many papers are going out of business, or at the least having to drastically overhaul their business model. 

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Photos reveal why the iPad Mini matters: People will hold it with one hand—like a Kindle

Photos reveal why the iPad Mini matters: People will hold it with one hand—like a Kindle | Harris Social Media | Scoop.it
Apple and Amazon are finally in direct competition over hardware. The iPad Mini, unveiled today by Apple, is close enough in size, weight, and price to Amazon's Kindle Fire for consumers to consider the devices head-to-head.
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