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Google introduces Google+ Collections, a new way to group your posts by topic

Happiest Google+ users are those who connect with others around shared interests and passions. Now we have a place to express the things we love and make them easy to find and explore :)

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A must-install for everyone! Password Alert by Google helps protect against phishing attacks. If you enter your Gmail password into anywhere other than, you’ll receive an alert, so you can change your password if needed. 

Password Alert also tries to detect fake Google sign-in pages to alert you before you’ve typed in your password. To do so, Password Alert checks the HTML of each page you visit to see if it’s impersonating a Google sign-in page.
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It might look real, but is it? With Password Alert, get a warning if you enter your Google password into a site that isn’t the Google login page. Get Password Alert for Chrome →
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After my recent praises for +Memrise, I got some questions about +Duolingo and if I like one of them more and why. So here are some insights into how I'm learning languages. The rule of thumb is, use whatever makes you happy :) You must enjoy the learning process, period. 

1) If you like me love music, listen to music in foreign languages. Yes, you heard it many times because it's true. Sometimes you'll only like 1 out of 200 songs you'll listen to, but it's still worth your time and efforts. Also, not just listen to foreign music. Learn the lyrics and sing along, it's fun — I promise! :) Practice your pronunciation. Attached is the song I found just yesterday — Benim Ol by a very talented singer +Edis Görgülü. Today all my neighbours surely know its lyrics by heart :P
2) TV shows (not movies, at least not at the beginning). I didn't watch TV at all back in Russia (don't like wasting my time), but those silly reality shows were so helpful once I moved to Germany and started learning languages. Right now I'm trying to watch +Arkadaşım Hoşgeldin​. Is it challenging? As you can imagine, it surely is. Moreover, it's sad when you don't get 99% of jokes in the comedy show but if you feel the same, keep going and don't give up (you'll thank me later ;)). 
3) Subscribe and read in your stream various corporate social media profiles (Google+, Facebook, Twitter), e.g. technology, fitness, cooking, celebrity news, fashion, etc. At the beginning, it's better to avoid politics and economics if your goal is to practice everyday vocabulary. 
4) Visit the country! Fall in love with people, architecture, food, nature, open your heart and embrace the world! 
5) Practice your language skills with native speakers. Nothing to add here.
6) Web & mobile apps — +Memrise, +Duolingo, and +busuu. Tried but didn't like — +Rosetta Stone, +Pimsleur Approach, Anki, +Livemocha​, etc. I'm planning to try out in the future — FluentU​, Readlang​, What else should I try? ;)
7) Grammar (yes, it's actually needed) - choose a couple of solid books. My choices so far Prisma and Suena for Spanish, Allegro and Espresso for Italian, Le Nouveau Taxi! and Alter Ego for French, and Tomer's Yeni Hitit and Dilmer's Yabancı Dilim Türkçe for Turkish.

Bonus. If you're still not sure why would someone want to learn new languages, check out +BuzzFeed​:
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Totally agree! I can say that even I never studied or speak or read of wrote Tatar while living in Ufa, that tiny vocabulary (around 200-300 words) I acquired passively while living there helps me a lot for learning Turkish.
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Hello, a new app built by the Facebook Messenger team looks super simple and yet very powerful. Can't wait to give it a try! :)

When you get a call, Hello will show you info about who’s calling you, even if you don’t have that number saved in your phone. It's Android only (for now). Go grab it:
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15 Reasons Why Frequent Travelers Are More Likely To Be Successful

Travel inspires and educates in a ways that build character and develop skills naturally! Thrive outside your comfort zone. Welcome and embrace change. Recognize and seize opportunities. Negotiate to get what you want. Be confident. Know when to live in the moment. Smile and be happy!
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Frequent travelers learn valuable life skills exploring our world. Here are 15 reasons why they are more likely to be successful because of those skills.
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Find my phone :) Love it!
We’ve all been there — you’ve searched under your car seat, tossed around the sofa cushions and you still can’t find your phone. If you know where your computer is, you can now ask Google to find your Android phone from your desktop. If the pesky phone is hiding nearby, Google can ring it for you — or you can see it on the map if you, say, forgot it at the bar. Just make sure you’ve got the latest version of the Google app!
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Attending the very first +Duolingo Incubator Summit in Berlin! Thanks a lot for bringing all of us — volunteer course creators — together for the fun & fruitful day. Really excited to be here and meet my fellow Duolingo Incubator contributors in person! :) 
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Finally! Duolingo supports Swedish :) Let's see if it's better than Babbel. It's free so +1 for Duolingo so far.
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Great memories of our International Women’s Month celebration at the Google Munich office in Germany. It was an honor and a huge pleasure for me to organize the 2nd edition of Women Techmakers Munich on March 28th. I’d like to thank +Frank Fischer for all the support and enthusiasm to make this event success! Special thanks goes to our awesome speakers for their great contribution to the WTM community and all the participants from the US, China, Russia, Argentina, Vietnam, Denmark, Bulgaria, Albania, Italy, India, Canada, Romania and other countries.

At a glance: talks (6 speakers, all women) + discussion panel “Women in Technology” (7 panelists), fun and fruitful networking time, great swag, and delicious food and drinks all day! :) 
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+Frank Fischer +dana ferventer +Robert Hesele Thank you so much for your kind words and support! It's a huge pleasure to be part of this global movement :)
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Send directions to your Android phone! 

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Every minute after you clock out of the office counts. Next time you run errands after work, push directions from your computer to your Android phone and have them ready in hand as you head out the door
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Watching the Chrome for Work's largest livestream event: Tune in to the keynotes and custom sessions and join the conversation on Twitter and Google+!

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Okay, so I might be very late to the party but this week I discovered this amazing service from Deutsche Post and wanted to share my excitement with you! If you, like me, suffer from the fear of missing out, you're either using it already or should definitely start using it right away :)

The service is called E-PostScan, it's available in Germany since November 2013. For just 14,99 euro per month you'll get all your incoming mails scanned and sent to you via email. Now, how cool is that! It sounds almost too good to be true. Can't wait to give it a try!
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E-POSTSCAN funktioniert wie ein digitaler Nachsendeauftrag: Ihre Briefe werden automatisiert gescannt und Ihnen digital per E-POSTBRIEF zugesendet.
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Excellent opportunity for all volunteer translators out there! 

Take your expertise to the next level by gaining valuable experience and shape the product the way you want :)
Found in Translation: +Todoist in Your Language

Our powerful, obsession-worthy goal is to improve +Todoist by making the best task manager available to the entire world. With your help, we can achieve this ambitious yet doable goal!

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Todoist is available in 17 languages– the most of any other to do list app. If you'd like to help make Todoist available in your language, read this post!
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"I am not satisfied with the world as it is, so intend to change it. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."

Visionary pragmatist with the determination to change the world and with the passion to make it happen. The adjective that best describes me is curious. I love experiencing new things, asking questions, meeting new people, and traveling to new places.

SoLoMo (Social-Local-Mobile) early adopter. Tech savvy female with a digital DNA. GTDer. Passionate Google products user. Android developer wannabe. GDG Stuttgart & GDG Ufa community manager. Former TEDxStuttgart co-organizer. Google+ & Gmail Top Contributor. Twitter, Facebook, Adobe CS & TED Talks translator. Wikipedia contributor. Academic & citizen scientist. Classically trained musician (piano, cello). Fitness enthusiast. Passionate traveler. Teetotaler. Huge smoothie & cheese lover :D

Want to know more? Just google me! ;)
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Baker Beach is definitely one of my most favorite places in San Francisco! It's extremely beautiful and offers gorgeous views of Golden Gate Bridge. A perfect way to end your day enjoying the sunset or spend the whole weekend in this little paradise on Earth, sunbathing and picnicking! If you're planning to come here with kids, keep in mind that the northernmost end of Baker Beach is frequented by clothing-optional sunbathers.
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There are always some places in your city that you just can't avoid... Gratitude is such a place! :) It was recommended to me by so many of my foodie friends that I woke up this morning with the decision to to trade my today's breakfast in the office for the one in this new wonderful place. Opened in November 2012, Gratitude quickly became a very popular vegetarian restaurant in Munich. What I especially love about this place: delicious food (as I huge fan of meat I can tell you, purely vegetarian breakfast was surprisingly good!), really lovely atmsphere (inspirational quote on the wall says "What are you grateful for?"), excellent service with a personal touch (ask for recommendations!), and lovely names they thought up for their meals: "I am great", "I am beautiful", I'm fulfilled" and the list goes on... If you're looking for a nice place for spend your breakfast, lunch or dinner time with friends or family, make sure to give Gratitude a try.
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