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Fri Sep 16 04:02:44 PDT 2011
On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 5:53 PM, Adam L Beberg <beberg at mithral.com> wrote:
> Sorry Rohit, we all know you tried to tell them.
> Now that G+ is dead and the grass is growing back over the grave site,
I don't see that it's dead; it's still relatively useful if not
everyone is using it, and I think twitter is "more" dead, insofaras
it's becoming just self-serving and advertising. I find the qualify of
stuff on G+ better, and I personally prefer less but relevant,
compared to lots but useless (trivial comparision really). Also, it
has the significant advantage of being "always on" in my gmail; so
it's not like it will become a total wasteland with people not seeing
G+ just needs to add a few new features (ability to set home screen to
certain circles, other obvious ones, etc), and get over the invite
> how hard can we laugh that Google blew one of the biggest opportunities ever
> presented to a company by acting like... well like Google?
> Adam L. Beberg
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