Using Google+

. August 2, 2011 . 0 Comments

Tony Bradley writing on PC World is posting “30 Days With Google+” after just finishing a month working with the iPad.

“Google+ is Google’s latest attempt at social networking. The initial reception of Google+ has been predominantly positive. At face value, it seems to be part Facebook, part Twitter, and all Google.

As I explore Google+ over the next 30 days, though, I will keep in mind that it is a work in progress–and I will remind you as well. So, the goal of 30 Days With Google+ will be to dive into the Google social network, discover the pros and cons, and see what it has to offer, but with the caveat that Google+ is still evolving and those things may all change.

I will take a look at how to join Google+ and get started adding friends and contacts to build a social network. I’ll figure out Circles, and Sparks, and Huddles, and Hangouts (don’t worry–I’ll explain those in more detail in the days to come). I’ll explore privacy issues, integration with other Google services, and with third party sites and services.”

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