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Circle

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Google+ For Musicians
When will Google+ allow people to add their own feeds?
Google+ Asymmetric Sharing
No Weekend Engineering Works

Google+ For Musicians

The suggested possible circles are an interesting starting point. When people start to “add” you on G+, they are just names, and you can’t see their circles, so how will you know which circle of yours to put them into? … Continue reading

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When will Google+ allow people to add their own feeds?

When if at all, will Google+ allow people to add their own RSS feeds? Friendfeed took off when rooms were added, harnessing the power of the so-called social interest graph, but it started to lose appeal again when they allowed … Continue reading

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Google+ Asymmetric Sharing

Ross Mayfield attempts to explain the features benefits and disadvantages of the asymmetric sharing model used by the new Google+ network. Visual Guide to Circles in Google+ by @ross View more presentations from Ross Mayfield I’m beginning to feel that … Continue reading

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No Weekend Engineering Works

Such is the routine nature of weekend engineering works ruining any prospect of going out around London on the public transport system that when they have a rare weekend without any engineering works on this particular line, National Express to … Continue reading

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