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Fifteen years ago, on this day, I joined a small startup called Google; and here I am, fifteen years later, enjoying every moment of this beautiful journey that I started with Google on Nov 28, 2000.

A lot has changed in the last fifteen years, Google has grown up a lot, and I have experienced tremendous personal growth. But one thing that has not changed, is the Google mission: to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. This mission is one of the things that keeps me so engaged at Google. I feel proud to come in everyday knowing that what I will do will improve the lives of over a Billion people, and that is exactly what my employer wants me to do.

The second reason that has kept me at Google, in fact has made the last fifteen years the best professional ride anyone could every experience is my wonderful colleagues at Google. The people at Google are just amazing, and they are not just amazing in their respective areas, they are some of the most amazing human beings you will ever meet. I have made friends at Google that will last a lifetime, and that is the true wealth I've accumulated in my life.

On a personal note, when I joined Google, my two kids were four years old and six months old. Even though I had a few jobs before coming to Google, my kids only remember their Dad as a Googler.

Today... I am feeling Thankful.

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Great journey.
Sounds like he has found his perfect place to work. 😀
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I didn't even know this was possible.

My first feedback was the 2. jul. 2011. When was yours? :-)
Want to see all the Feedback you've sent to Google?
And get a reminder of how far Google design has come?

I found this little link today and had no idea it existed (or maybe I'd forgotten). But this page allows you to view every piece of feedback you've sent Google.

And apparently it hasn't seen a redesign since the days of the notorious Black Bar.

Click here to see your feedback:

#googleplustips #feedback
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8 October 2014. Argues the same as +Malthe Høj-Sunesen​​
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Google+ re-design focusing on Communities and Collections

+TechCrunch got an interview with +Bradley Horowitz and +Luke Wroblewski just before the changes:

Here are some key points:

 - ...what are the things about this product that shine and what parts should be deemphasized.

 - ...there are 1.2 million joins of communities a day on the platform…and collections are seeing even more pickup.

 - [Google+]It’s a product with more purpose.

 - Unbundling and optimizing experiences is where it’s at.
Dive into the new Google+
As +Eddie Kessler shared this afternoon (, we’ve spent lots of time talking to people who are passionate about Google+. We visited them in their homes, we invited them into early testing communities and we learned more about how and why they use Google+. The predominant answer? Having a great place to keep up with and talk about their interests. From Astrophotography ( to Wild Hummingbirds (, people are not only discovering amazing things, but meeting others who share their passions as well.

Today we’re taking a big step toward making Google+ an even better place for your interests. To do so, we’ve drastically simplified nearly every aspect of the product. You’ll see this clearly in our new navigation centered around Collections and Communities. Collections let you immerse yourself in content about topics like surfing ( or tiny tilt-shift photography scenes ( . Communities enable groups of people with the same interests to join up and geek out on anything from Game of Thrones ( to Painting ( With Collections and Communities, discovering amazing things is simple: just follow or join whatever happens to pique your interests.

But we didn’t stop with Collections and Communities; the new Google+ also makes it easier to post, search, connect, and keep up with great content in a fully redesigned home stream. And we’ve worked hard to make our new web experience load fast and work beautifully on devices of all sizes.

You can preview the new Google+ on the web today by signing in and clicking “Let’s go” when you see the prompt. (And since not every feature of Google+ has made its way into this new design, for now, you can toggle back to the classic Google+ with one click in the bottom left-hand corner.) In the coming days, we’ll roll out updated apps for Android and iOS.

While this is an exciting new beginning for us, we’re definitely not done yet. We got here by listening and learning, and will continue doing so. Please visit our Help Center ( or drop us a line in our support community ( to share your thoughts, questions, and more. 
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Guess who made a cameo appearance in +CaseyNeistat's last video


Nice +Marques Brownlee. Didn't know you guys knew each other :-)
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This is how Google hires and manages employees... in detail

Google just opened up their secrets as to how they do HR (or People Operations as they call it), with guides and tools so that others can do the same.

The idea in the long run is to make others than Google write guides as well.
Because they want to make work suck less.
The search engine giant is launching a new platform for exchanging management ideas, and sharing its training, hiring and interviewing guides.
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I'm just gonna leave it as it is.
Here Comes the Chrome OS/Android Merger

Putting Sundar Pichai in charge of both Android and Chrome before he became Google's new CEO was no accident, but putting them together has pluses as well as minuses. One key plus for Android over Chrome OS is that in spite of much work to make Web apps more palatable, developers dig native apps, if but for getting more revenues, but also for a broader array of mobile usability options.

But on the other side of the ledger, Chrome OS is the most reliable and secure mass-market desktop/laptop OS ever. You can hang your hat on it, day in, day out, and never have to think about whether you're going to have to worry about what it can do. Android, not so much. And upgrades? Look out the window, turn back to your desk, and you have a completely fresh Chrome OS computer via Google's frequent updates.

The recent Pixel C Android tablet/laptop is probably the Cr-48 of the new generation of Chrome OS/Android merged devices. Mobile people love apps, so, OK, give 'em what they want, seems to be the thinking, and the Pixel C is the demo model to sell Pixel as a bridging product brand. It's Android, no doubt, but a place where Android can grow up a bit more for keyboard-oriented usability.

Many Google apps have Web versions that look rather like their mobile versions, but, truth be told, a desktop or laptop workspace is a different kind of animal. My guess is that while 2017 might be when we begin to see more of a merger between Chrome OS and Android, Chrome OS is not going to disappear any time soon. It's just too useful and reliable. At least I hope so - it's how I get work done, day in, and day out.
Move is a sign of the growing dominance of mobile computing
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The Google+ team is listening. Keep giving them feedback guys.
G+ Web Preview Update
As promised, we're continuing to listen and respond to feedback on the new Google+.

Today we're launching a number of updates to our Web preview including:
- Adding a 3 column stream view for very wide screens
- Adding the ability to reply to comments in context
- Removing the limit on circle streams in the menu (previously 6)
- Adding the option to view 'Posts from Circle' from the Following screen

These changes (which you can see in the image below) will be rolling out today. And look for more updates on Android, iOS, and the Web soon. Thanks~
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The new design of Google+ is very +Inbox by Gmail-like, which isn't a bad thing though.

It does look a bit weird without any comments, but also more clean. And I like that when you comment on a post(by clicking on comment button next to the share button), it brings that one post to the front so that you can focus on it.

By the way. For those haven't seen the shortcut to getting the new design:

Just click the search bar to get the new design. But be aware that it goes back to the old when if you close the tab.
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Google now capable of answering even more complex questions
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Google capacity even greater ;)
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Nexus 5X er til salg i Danmark!
- N6P er dog stadig ikke en mulighed

Jeg ved ikke hvorfor ingen har fået besked endnu, men Nexus 5X kan købes på den danske version af Google Store. Måske venter de på at 6P'eren også kan købes før de annoncere det.

Hvis man dog gerne vil have den blå(ice) 5X bliver man nød til at vente lidt endnu. Det er stadig ikke muligt.

Nogen der køber den?
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Du kan finde Android-telefoner og -tablets, Chromebooks, Android Wear, Chromecast, Nest samt et stort udvalg af tilbehør i Google Store.
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What a future Elon is creating for us:

With enough time, we’ll move out to many other bodies in the Solar System, and we’ll terraform each of them into a place humans can call home. 

The Solar System could become one vast world for humans. Maybe Jupiter’s moon Europa becomes known as the Solar System’s tech hub, while Saturn’s Titan becomes the place you have to move if you really want to be in the entertainment industry. Maybe some people will spend their whole lives on one heavenly body, while others will be avid travelers and brag that they’ve set foot on 12
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✔ IT Superman - CEO, ✔ Entrepreneur-geek, ✔ Marketing-freak, ✔ Google-fan, ✔ Krav Maga - P-5 level

I have a huge passion for marketing in general, but especially online marketing. Over the last couple of years I have built up an even bigger passion, which is for innovation. I love exploring new ideas and pick the best ones to create something valuable for others. To see something grow and have an impact on either the world or individuals.

I follow and love this quote:
"If you’re not doing some things that are crazy, then you’re doing the wrong things." - Larry Page

I also admire Google and their products. The fact that they present a new products all the time! New ideas, fast integration and great results! (At least most of the times :-) )
Let's just say it as it is; I'm a big Google fan ;-)

Entrepreneur - IT Superman:

I'm the CEO, founder and owner of IT Superman.

IT Superman short: We come home to people to help them with their computer-problems. Besides that we advise, guide and teach things about computers and programs.

Other information:
  • I joined Google+ on the 1th of July, 2011
  • I cancelled my Facebook account on the 2th of October, 2011
  • I post in both English and Danish

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Rimelige priser til rimelig gode salater :-) Stolene var måske lidt for meget plastik men det var okay at side i dem alligevel.
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God kvalitet og til en fair pris.
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They've recently launched a new design in their restaurant and it is very good indeed. The menu is the same as always, which isn't a bad thing. The only bad thing is that the portions are very small. Even if you pay them for extra big portions.
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Det okay. Men imperial og cinemaxx er lidt bedre
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DANSK: Selvom det er meget dyrt kan det stadig betale sig at komme en gang om året eller to! Maden var fantastisk! Jeg kan helt klart anbefale Crocodile Wonton som forret og derefter vælge en Tasmanian Devil Roo som hovedret. Personalet var skønt! Ingen mærkelige øjne eller bagtaleri fordi man ikke lige vidste hvordan man skulle tage fat i noget mad man ikke har prøvet før. Jeg fik det forklaret med et smil :-) ---- ENGLISH: Even though it is a little expensive, it is still worth it. At least once a year or two. The food was incredible! I can definitely recommend the Crocodile Wonton as a starter and then go for the Tasmanian Devil Roo. The service was great! No wired eyes or talks behind your back because you don't know how to eat something new. Just a plain and friendly explanation, with a smile :-)
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Google is more than 'just' search! Prove = Start mentioning all their products... Google+ is the next big revolution as a social layer and social network!
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