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Nachdem es schon erste Vermutungen gab, dass die einstweilige Verfügung gegen Samsung (bezüglich dem Galaxy Tab 10.1 Verkauf in Europa) so gar nicht vom Landesgericht Düsseldorf hätte (...)
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I think google+ got it right. And this presentation is shows it pretty awesomly. http://www.slideshare.net/padday/the-real-life-social-network-v2
Presentation at Voices That Matter Web Design Conference, San Francisco June 2010
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Photo sharing--I just had to post this one. Photo sharing makes me an Angry Bird. haha :) I'd like to share albums of photos, because, well... there's a lot of fun photos & beautiful photos to share. But I'm not going to share any large group of photos anymore, because it causes too much noise for the people that have circled me. And it seems really wonky the way this works on G+. In fact, it's hard for me to imagine this is really what the G+ designers intended. It almost seems like a bug.

When you share an album here, and people begin to comment on the individual photos, your shared post is multiplied into posts for every single photo in the album. Click on my name and look at my profile. You'll see I shared an album, and there's a set of photo shares as well for every photo in my album. Eventually I turned off the comments on these photos so it wouldn't go to the top of everyone's stream all night. If I tried to delete the post that's created on my stream, then I'd wipe out everyone's comments. Presumably people were having fun talking about the photo, so I don't want to do that. The only thing you can do to stop this right now, is to share an album and disable comments. Total bummer.

I saw this happen to Felicia Day and she was freaking out trying to stop it. She apologized in her comments, but I don't think she even knew how to delete the post / the album / or turn off the comments... So I know I'm not the only one who finds it jarring.

Anyway in summary, It seems like people should be able to post comments on your photos, without it creating a "post" on your stream. +Natalie Villalobos +Bradley Horowitz +Vic Gundotra I'd love to hear your thoughts on this. I've posted this concern in various low-profile ways, but haven't heard anyone at G+'s take on it.

Oh yah and I bought an Angry Bird backpack clip today. Woo :)
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Somebody else going to Android Developer Day in Berlin ?
I'll attend and hope to see some of you too...

http://www.google.com/events/developerday/2011/berlin/
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Gute Seite :)
Animals Being Dicks. Silly gifs of animals being jerks. Random RSS AnimalsBeDicks. Penny has been a real bitch since inventing that hovercraft. Marcus wasn't the first to notice this. Share this: ...
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Well I watched a few movies today (understatement of the century--see my previous post!), but I was on G+ all day long while watching. I thought I'd summarize some of the best stuff I saw and share it with you folks. (In case you actually had to do something today!) Btw, wouldn't it be nice if G+ had an automatic list of top stories/top stuff shared. Even ol' Myspace had that!

+John Naughton says G+ sucks unless you're a geek: http://bit.ly/pwXdG3

Dave Gray wrote a thoughtful post (and made a neat-o graphic) of what Circles are not doing for him. I've had the same issue and joined him in convo on his post: http://bit.ly/n6RFv9

Paul Allen is predicting G+'s total number of users based on surnames. Unique research methodolgy influenced, I think by his religion :) go BYU: http://bit.ly/oHBWvX

Sterling Ledet makes a short and to the point case for something I've been saying for a while. For big users it'd be nice to "tune" our posts to not bother followers with content they don't want: http://bit.ly/pTbW7B

Oliver Reichenstein wrote a very thoughtful post on why Google+ kicks butt. He also makes a prediction that it'll kill the spirit of one big site, but won't disturb another. A few days old, but I hadn't seen it, so maybe you haven't either: http://bit.ly/nJBjiJ

Clint Boulton points out what many have been saying by counting Twitter vs Facebook vs G+ responses. The killer feature of G+ is engagement: http://bit.ly/n7FwKO

Andy Hertzfield posted an interesting link & site about the origination of Mac design: http://bit.ly/oqRmYO

A developer summarizes the way Facebook has treated developers and the implications of the coming G+ platform: http://bit.ly/o4ley2

Marc Andreesen joined and posted on G+. For those that don't know, he helped popularize the first web browser and allowed me to look at a lot of Pamela Anderson / Anna Nicole Smith pictures while at college. I've met a lot of people who think a browser is the Internet. So maybe Marc invented the Internet. He's not saying much yet, but if he has a big audience maybe he will: http://bit.ly/racTy1

Another Mark (Zuckerberg), changed his G+ profile pic: http://bit.ly/rjazoW
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