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Krishna Srinivasan
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HI,

You have done a great job. However, I expect DOJO to come with new API or enhanced API to offer the persistence layer. The next improvements will be on providing the offline support for dojo applications. 
http://www.javabeat.net/2013/09/dojo-object-store/

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I think a lot of people are under the misimpression that I am posting photos of exotic places at a furious pace to Google+. Actually, I have had a bunch of albums public for some time on my picasaweb page. However, people only started to take note recently thanks to Google+ and when they comment on those photos they end up in the streams of people who have me in their circles.

We made some ranking changes recently that demote such comments if the commenter is not in your circles. Let me know if you are still getting flooded with tortoise pictures and the like.

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G+ Newbie Tip : How to send private messages to your G+ Contacts.

* Type your message into the sharing area
* Remove everything from the line with ' + Add more people ' (Just click on that and keep pressing backspace)
* Type the name(s) of the people you want to share the message with. Make sure there are no green items on that line when you're done. Green means the message will be visible to people outside your circle.
* Press tab and then enter .

Mini-Tip : You can press tab to navigate from the message typing area to the people selecting area, and then to the share button. When you reach the share button, press enter to share, instead of grabbing the mouse and clicking. You can also use this with the Post comment button.

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How to transfer your Facebook contacts to G+

You'll need a Yahoo! ID ( Don't have one? Just sign up for one at http://mail.yahoo.com/ )
1. Make sure you're signed-in to your Y! account and your Facebook account.
2. Click here -> http://address.yahoo.com/?_src=&VPC=tools_import
3. Click on the facebook icon. In the window that opens up, click 'Okay'
4. Go to the Circles section on G+ and click on 'Find and Invite'
5. Click on Find friends: Yahoo! In the window that opens up, click 'Agree'

Done! Your Facebook contacts' email IDs should show up in the invite list. Start dragging them into your Circles!

Note: If step 5 gives you an error, you can manually export the Y! contacts to a CSV file and import them into Gmail Contacts. Importing into a new contact group made specifically for this purpose is recommended..

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