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Wishing you a very Happy & Prosperous New Year 2016!

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Why Collections?
We on the Google+ team often get asked why are you making this or that change? What's the thinking behind product changes/features. To that end, thought I'd share my perspective on why Collections?...

Collections allows people to organize what they publish into multiple topics. These topics can be followed or unfollowed. This:

* helps readers to get more content with control they don’t have when just following people. many other social sites are "all or nothing" when it comes to following people.

* frees up content creators to publish more and not worry about overloading followers. we often hear concerns about "spamming my followers" with posts they might consider irrelevant.

* encourages content creators to post across multiple interests instead of focusing only on one topic. i.e. don't just have to be the "deep sea photography person"

* gives content creators archiving abilities they long for. many publish as personal catalogs/journals and for recovery (get back to my content) reasons.

* content creators bemoan all their content disappearing "into the stream”, collections provide a way to give their posts re-newed life and permanence.

Hope that gives some sense of the thinking behind the Collections feature. Thanks~
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Very moving.

Thank those who serve and sacrifice for this great nation. 
News of America's military men and women who were wounded and killed in Iraq and Afghanistan almost overwhelmed me on some days. I may have sounded strong when I was talking to the press, but sometimes I had to push my feelings way down in order to get any words out of my mouth to make statements and answer questions.
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The greatest geek who ever lived was born 160 years ago today.
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Good site to check every now and then to see if any of your accounts have fallen victim to hacks.

https://haveibeenpwned.com/
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“Throw in any other constant in there and the equations don’t balance, and you gain-or-lose energy each time you absorb-or-emit a photon. Once we finally discovered antimatter in the 1930s, we saw firsthand the verification that you can turn energy into mass and back into energy with the results matching E = mc^2 exactly, but it was thought experiments like this one that allowed us to know the results decades before we ever observed it. Only by identifying a photon with an effective mass equivalent of m = E/c^2 can we conserve both energy and momentum.”

Over 100 years ago, Einstein shook up the physics world with a number of groundbreaking discoveries: special relativity, brownian motion, the photoelectric effect, and his most famous equation, E = mc^2. This mass-energy equivalence underlies everything from antimatter to atomic bombs to the process that powers the Sun. Yet our Universe didn’t have to have this relation; energy could have been equal to any constant times mass times the speed of light squared. Yet if you demand that both energy and momentum are conserved in any interactions, that freedom goes away, and E = mc^2 becomes, once again, your only option.

If you’ve ever wondered why E = mc^2 and not anything else, read this!
Einstein's most famous equation could have turned out very differently. But our Universe has a compelling reason that E = mc^2 is the only option.
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Google promoted Google+ to a core Google Apps service, which means that it is here to stay for Google Apps for Work customers. Here's what you need to know.
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Happy 4th July! Happy birthday USA!
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The BBC's Gideon Long visits Alma, the world's most powerful radio telescope, and the engineers working in the inhospitable climate surrounding it.
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The enigmatic Google co-founder turned CEO of Alphabet is on a mission to solve the world's biggest problems, including mortality itself.
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