Google Executives Throw Themselves Into the Google+ FrayNew York Times (blog)Google has a lot riding on the success of Google+, its latest effort to build a successful social networking service that won't turn people off or cause them to cry...
Sydney Morning HeraldGoogle+ Tips and Tricks Facebook Should UsePCWorldGoogle+ is not without its merits, though, and there are some hints and tips Facebook could pick up from Google+ that might improve the user experience.
There seem to be three forces at play when it comes to education and social media. The first is a lack of force, quite frankly - the inertia that makes many educators unwilling and uninterested in integrating the technology into their classrooms.
Google revealed some details about the project that will make Google more social. It's called Google+ and it's an extension of the existing Google Profiles and Buzz, with many new features that make sharing more useful.
Even though the tech globe is buzzing about the launch and implications of Google's new social network, Google+, it is worth noting that Google is not just in a war with Facebook, it is at war with multiple businesses ...
The Google+ Circle That Everyone Needs: Separating professional colleagues from your "epic bros" is a smart idea. But in the end it really all comes down to this... (RT @electru: Der einzig wichtige und notwendige Google+ Circle!
Google+ Offers Great Business PotentialThis content from: Duct Tape MarketingNews in the online world this week has been dominated by Google’s unveiling of their long anticipated social play dubbed Google+.
So you want a Google+ Invite? The problem: so does everyone else.Here's the low down. You may already have access to Google+! I have confirmed reports from friends who have been able to access Google+ without an invite.
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