It's time to call in the Ghost(town)busters!
Well the internet is buzzing again with doom and gloom for Google+. Reports by the typical outlets have taken more comments from Google employees out of context and spun another series of sensational articles about the demise of Google+.
Well, sorry to burst your bubble guys...
Google's own confirms
The 'streams' name has been there all along and has nothing to do with an upcoming change:
HT to for that one.
Thoughtful commentary from ...
Also confirming that 'Streams' was always part of the language and thoughts on 'decompartmentalized' features:
Well resourced post from about the constant changing of Google+
Thoughts from about the core purpose of Google+
As well as some commentary on posts written by others about the subject.
Great piece from on LinkedIn about the future of Google+
Talks about the staffing changes and impending enhancements to Google+ that may include an application of an AI project Google has been working on.
So, no folks, don't believe
Nothing against that model, but it's been proven time and time again that journalistic accuracy and integrity is trumped by creative sensationalism as a means to drive traffic.
Will be adding more resources on this as I find them. Got any I should add?
#googleplus #notgoinganywhere #photosandstreams
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