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Everyone is talking about Google+ right now and since more and more people are signing up and adding us to their circles each and every day, we thought there was no better time than now to put together a guide about all the features of Google’s new social network.
Google has not released an official API yet, however, that does not mean you cannot start playing around with Google+ data. There are quite a few unofficial API’s. Here is a list I saw on ‘ programmableWeb ‘
Sneeky Google Plus
Sometimes, it’s easy for power users to get drunk on that power.
There is a very useful collaborated document being developed for users to get started with Google Plus. A Collaborative Document: (or how 120+ people wrote a book at the same time) is a shared file on Google docs and is being written/edited/modified while I am writing this.
With the release of Google+, you possibly groaned, saying you didn't need another social network.
News July 13, 2011 03:11 PM ET
Google has rocked the Social Media world with the introduction of Google+, aka GooglePlus, #G+. Or have they?
Continuing further with that series of blog posts on the topic of Google Plus , I thought I would move ahead today and share a third one, which I thought was going to be, originally, the last one for now, but then again things have come up and there will be another one that I will be sharing next, where I will talk a little bit about the topic of Circles and share a couple of thoughts on how I am managing them and their flows.
One of the effects of Google+'s controlled roll out, primarily to tech geeks and Social Media nerds, was an avalanche of "Google+ will be a (fill in the blank) killer" posts.
Google launched its new social media site (though they refer to it as a sharing site) Google+ this past June 28 as an invite only.
It is official; Google has made it in the world of social networks.
Google+ is making some serious use of its beta field testing stage and has already rolled out a couple of new features regarding contacts and privacy.
It's been a week since I snagged a Google+ invite, and while it's fun to hit the reset button on my personal social media life, what I'm really interested in is how the service is going to impact teaching and learning.