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Re: Google+

Post by Margo » August 2nd, 2011, 6:11 pm

I've only dipped a toe in the G+ water, but I have friends who'd like to see me start doing writing or fiction-related webcasts and post them on G+. That's still a little advanced for me, so i fuzzy over when they talk. I'm just starting to explore podcasts.
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Re: Google+

Post by Ishta » August 6th, 2011, 1:10 am

Writecastlesinthesky wrote: But I was on facebook when it was still for college students and the entire world changed. Whatever Google is doing its not nearly as interesting to me because they've started it to make money. Originally networking was just for college kids and life was simple.
Did you see "The Social Network"? Facebook was ALWAYS about making money.

I love Google+. I love the ease of use factor - maybe Facebook has all the same elements, but Google+ is just more intuitive, at lest as far as I can tell. And I loathe Facebook's privacy policy.

I have to own up and say that although my husband has a Facebook account, I don't - so I've seen him use it, and I've dabbled with his account a bit, but I have much, much more experience with Google+. And I'm still feeling my way around Google+.

I'm pretty excited about the Hangout feature - I see potential for critique groups here.

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Re: Google+

Post by Remmik » August 8th, 2011, 2:33 pm

I've been on for less than a day, but I'm quickly growing to love the circles feature. And I am apparently able to invite 150 people to join, so until all the slots are used up you should be able to sign-up following this link: ... T_YgfGYbxw

If you want to add me to your circles, I can be found at ;)

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