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stephenb
3 weeks ago

Recently, Google+ kicked off a bunch of users who used fake names. Some were celebrities using their celebrity name; others were...

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PapaRiver
17 weeks ago

As a fairly heavy Google+ user, I was surprised to see that Vic Gundotra, the head of the Google+ division and the guy who pretty much developed the network...

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jack12
20 weeks ago

A number of friends I went to college with have been using Google Hangouts for weekly video conferencing calls to keep in touch. Another friend wants to...

riffin
25 weeks ago

One thing we really haven't done at the relatively small company where I work is make effective use of social media. I mean, yeah, sure...

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