This question originally appeared on Quora, the best answer to any question. Ask a question, get a great answer. Learn from experts and access insider knowledge. You can follow Quora on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus. Answer by John Buginas: This applies to macaws and other large parrot-like birds. Show More Summary
Are you on Google Plus? Yes many think it is a ghost town, but there are some fairly large golf communities with thousands of members. Give Hooked On Golf Blog’s […]
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Google’s chat and video messaging service, Hangouts, got a whole new standalone web app on Monday afternoon. “We are launching another way to use Hangouts today,” writes Google’s Jordanna Chord on Google Plus. “From our new site you’ll be able to take advantage of the best of Hangouts in the browser, along with an inspiring […]
This question originally appeared on Quora, the best answer to any question. Ask a question, get a great answer. Learn from experts and access insider knowledge. You can follow Quora on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus. Answer by Kyle Stalzer, CEO at Tackk: These answers skew surprisingly negative on the whole. Show More Summary
In our recent podcast on copying, we talked about the usual story that people tell about the need for patents: that they protect up and coming startups from being wiped out by "big companies with lots of money" that are simply copying their good ideas. Show More Summary
Google is showing more signs that it is distancing itself from the traditional social media platform. Plus, LinkedIn says it will stop bombarding your inbox with messages. These headlines and more highlight this week's Small Business News and Information Roundup.
Joshua Gans at Digitopoly: Google Plus exemplifies why self-disruption doesn’t work: Google is slowly but clearly shuttering Google Plus; its latest failed social network. In many respects this is not a surprise. As I wrote upon its launch in 2011,...
Somewhere in Scottsdale’s Old Town, according to the Phoenix, Arizona Historical Images page on Google Plus, a lone Cadillac hunts for its prey: the elusive parking spot. But not just any old parking spot will do; rather, the Cadillac searches only for the healthiest, the largest, parking spots, the ones reclining under the scant shade […]
In Di-Andre Caprice Davis’s GIF Collage, the prismatic arrangement of glitchy textures cycles through a micro-history of net art gestures you’ve likely scrolled past in your Tumblr or Google Plus feed. The hashtag descriptors would vary:...Show More Summary
Summary: Mashable has penned what appears to be the definitive obituary for Google+, the social network launched by the search giant as a way to tap into the social media landscape. It’s a killer read if you have a few minutes, and discusses many of the (mis)steps Google has made with regards to social media...
Remember Google Plus? Seth Fiegerman goes behind the scenes on its creation for Mashable: For those elsewhere in the company, Google’s approach to Plus represented a radical departure. Most Google projects started small and grew organically in scale and importance. Show More Summary
There are more signs that the days are coming to an end for Google+. The company recently announced features for YouTube that separate it more from the scuffling social media network. And Google has also separated Google Photos from the site, too.
Google+ (Google Plus) is used by millions of people to stay connected. However, it’s not used by enough people to make it a viable community for Google to continue to be investing in. The Wall Street Journal writes that Google is backing...Show More Summary
Good news for Google Plus skeptics: Its owner is finally admitting defeat. Yes, that’s right, Google is finally admitting that its adventure into the realm of social media with this rather ill-advised idea was wrong all along. As CNN...Show More Summary
Google Plus logins are slowly going away - Fast Company 7 pieces of advice for your postinterview email - Levo League Finally, Google is testing more personal Gmail domains - HuffPost Tech Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, and others warnShow More Summary
The company is most likely responding to the demands of mobile users who expect apps to deliver services on their own.
Google is finally going to stop trying to make Plus happen. The company announced in a blog post Monday that it will no longer force people to use a Google Plus account to log in to other, more popular Google services. That includes YouTube, whose users have been howling for years about the Google Plus requirement. Show More Summary
Google’s 2013 decision to incorporate Google+ accounts into YouTube’s channels and comments resulted in one of the greatest user firestorms in YouTube history. Nearly two years later, Google is reversing its change, as Google+ accounts...Show More Summary
Google has promised to roll back the controversial Google Plus account requirements it put in place for making comments on sites like YouTube, and to decouple the accounts from other services. Is this simply too little, too late?