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01.07.2011

Google organized the web, Facebook our social networks; what does Plus do?

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Filed under: branding, business, culture, internet, marketing, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 13.46

4 Responses to ‘Google organized the web, Facebook our social networks; what does Plus do?’

  1. […] to get a kick.    I know there’s Google Plus, but it’s just not for me. That has been covered elsewhere, but the smaller contact number there has no appeal. Of the 50-odd who have added me to their […]

  2. […] Plus seems to be heading toward a ghost-town existence.    At least I was consistent, being Google Plus-sceptic all along.    What interests me, however, is this assertion, and it is by no means unique to […]

  3. […] to be stripped for parts: it’s going the way of Google Wave and Google Buzz.    I was consistent from the start about Google Plus, unlike a good part of the tech press, which drank the Google Kool-Aid and talked about how it […]

  4. […] was available via Google Plus, which the company says it will permanently close.    In 2011 I predicted Plus would be a flop, while tech journalists salivated at the prospect, calling it, among other things, a Facebook […]

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