testing blog via Google+


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The Google+ project makes sharing on the web more like sharing in real-life.

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The easiest way to share some things with college buddies, others with your parents, and almost nothing with your boss.
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Let friends know you’re free for a video hangout, any time, anywhere. Then catch up, watch YouTube, or… just hangout.
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A feed of just the stuff you’re really into, so when you’re free, there’s always something waiting to be watched, read, or shared.
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4 thoughts on “testing blog via Google+”

  1. I’ll admit I haven’t looked into Google+ at all; it just doesn’t seem that appealing to me. Granted, I can’t judge without giving it a try and I know that, but it still just seems odd.

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