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A "Hot" new Chrome extension for Google Plus from developer +Ehsan Ahmadi Gharacheh called What's Hot+
Ok, so at this point, we are all newbies at Google Plus, right?
With the debut of new social media sites (like Google+ ), just behind it comes the inevitable lists of leaderboards and connections , as you can quickly find out who the big fish are in the new pond, or if new names are rising to the top. In this frothy world of early adopters and Web tire kickers, it's common to see many of the same familiar names, and often in the same order, from site to site, at least until real-world celebrities from Hollywood and sports show up. Beyond this tier, there's a second layer of folks who are quite visible on the social sites, even if what you know about their real lives pales in what you see online.
Recently Intel has released The Museum of Me which basically takes your Facebook information and puts it all together in a nice animation. If you don't want to login via Facebook you can take a look at this video . All the videos look the same except for different data being used.
Well firstly you need to go into Google Labs and turn on "filter import/export", once you have that when you go into the filter menu you should be able to make a selection of filters to export. If you do that you are given an xml file to edit. I made up a quick example to test out the idea and post it http://dl.dropbox.com/u/366864/mailFilters%20%281%29.xml This example will create a label structure "Testing/Label/Creation" and then any mail received from " email@example.com " will have the creation label applied to it.
It’s only been a few days since the launch of the official Google+ Hangouts API (application programming interface), but we’re already starting to see some interesting implementations make their debut. Case in point: online whiteboarding service Conceptboard has introduced a Hangouts extension that puts Google’s own newly integrated Sketchpad to shame. On Wednesday, Google rolled out 9 new Google+ features , including several “extras” for Google+ Hangouts, the social network’s multi-person video chat component.
[via onlinecolleges.net ] With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for you, so why not latch onto the wide world that Google has to offer?
You’ve tamed your Twitter spam, isolated Grandma on Facebook, and finally become Mayor of the coffee shop you pretend to work at while you’re really playing Angry Birds. Then, along comes Google+, and now you’re circling people like an angry John Madden. As search marketers, there’s value in social media – I can trace real revenue to it, and I’m not the only one .
Good news on the test front ( http://t.co/SJwYDvI ) is that no leaking appears to have happened (tweets/FB shares/links/etc). Bad news is that it's ranking slightly lower after getting 150+ shares and +1s ( http://t.co/RYMYW8u ). Given the results of yesterday's testing and this, I'd say we might reasonably conclude that for now:
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Buzzing around the web is Google+ – likes & dislikes of people is growing and shrinking,invitations send all around,suggestions & feedback ,so Google+ is on it’s way.Now for every new products there might be users with queries,searching for tips & tricks likewise.We too are like a normal user ,so found some related Google+ queries and a cheat sheet Infography .Hope it helps. How can I share Google Reader Stories on Google+? If you connect Buzz to Google Reader, your “Shared” stories will appear on your “Buzz”-tab in your G+profile.
These 16 Greasemonkey scripts, Chrome Extensions, Firefox Add-ons, and other browser plug-ins can alter your Google social networking experience. Not crazy about Google's design choices for Google+? Using scripts for Greasemonkey, Extensions for Chrome, Firefox Add-ons, and other browser plug-ins, you can make some pretty wild changes to the look and feel of the site.
Browser extension for Mozilla’s Firefox and Google Chrome combines your Facebook and Twitter feeds with your Google Plus Stream, and allows you to post to all three simultaneously. For those already growing tired of having to navigate among their different Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus feeds there’s a new extension available for both Firefox and Chrome called Start Google Plus that allows you to combine the three.
For those who prefer using feed readers to streamline their online consumption, you can now follow individual Google+ user streams via RSS feeds using a webapp called, simply, Google Plus Feed. The first step is to find the profile ID of the user you want to follow via RSS.