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Så du har blockat mig på fb alltså.. 
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So I'm writing this post using the new web app, aptly named "Web" in #gnome310  ( #ubuntu1310 ) and I must say I'm quite impressed with it's strength spite being so light. 

Obviously I couldn't bare the default shell theme nor the default window theme for my fresh gnome 3.10 so I had to get the #Zukitwo  theme by lassekongo83 (http://lassekongo83.deviantart.com/).

Ironic, seeing as I've already flamed gnome 3.10 for being a ripoff of an old iOS. 

"Sadly" the full devotion to gnome 3.10 broke my Unity beyond repair I think. Or I'll just go with that seeing as I have no want, need or intention to sift through the wreckage to see if I can get it to work again. Never cared much for Unity and still don't, regardless how apple fanboi gnome has become. 
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Can't believe I haven't +'d this until now. :S
Ah well rather late than never. :)
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Yes, Google+ is Google's answer to Facebook, but not in the directly competitive sense many journalists assume. Google+ is core to Google's mission "to organize the world's information", and that's a better frame for thinking about this service.

Here are 35 slides to help kickstart a different perspective on what Google+ really is - a "shared interest graph."

I tried to make this tour as easy as possible with some nice images along the way. Credits for all those nice images are on the last slide.

#interestgraph #socialnetworks #facebook #twitter #influence #informationnetworker #socialgraph #influencegraph
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The P2W model is when the person with most money will be the best player or rather, have the best chance to be. So in that regard there is a slight truth to the statement that HS is P2W.

However due to the balanced and tactical nature of Hearthstone, having all cards does not necessarily give you any higher chance to win compared with any other player. I'm not arguing general odds, because I do not grasp the meta well enough to speak on that, but I do feel that this simple fact makes Hearthstone a clean P2W, or rather, not a P2W but a similar yet completely different model of gaming.

To put into perspective from my point of view:
You cannot purchase wins in HS. A true P2W game would be when you can buy levels, buy gear/tools/stats that cannot be outplayed or met fair and square by any means not involving spending money, or in other ways buy yourself immunity from the non-paying members. 

So no, as far as I am concerned, HS is not P2W. 
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Having a blast watching Dream Leauge Dota 2 games via joinDOTA.com - after having laughed, cried and almost vomited over how awkward and embarassing swedens attempt to cover pro esport was.

If you're gonna use the exact same visuals, studio layout and even jokes, at least make sure they work in their new native form. Us swedes know by default you can't directly translate english into swedish, it just becomes weird. So weird we even made a term for it: #swenglish  
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I haven't been around on G+ since dawn of man. Much have changed, but it's still empty. :/
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#touchscreen #pad #apps #smartphone
All your favorite entertainment, available anywhere you go.
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#googleplustip #tags #feed #gettingnoticed

Tag your posts properly!
A brief howto on tagging posts to make them reach the people you want to reach.

I realized my G+ feed isn't updating properly. After some searching around I found out the reason:

You people don't tag your posts so they are sorted as uninteresting for me. With tags, those posts containing information I'm interested in will have a higher rating on my feed and most other people's feeds as well.

To tag; simply type a hash-sign ( # ) and follow it with your tag, you'll notice how google tries to help you by suggesting the most common tags so that your tags are similar to those that others use; thus making sure your posts are marked as relevant to others interested in the same things.

Tags are of course not the only nor the most deciding way google connects people with articles and shares relevant to their interests, but it is one of the faster and more blatantly obvious, not to mention easier for the users themselves to use.

You can add the tags anywhere in the post. Some people will harass you if you do as I just did and add them to the header (top) of the post, and others will go hatemode if you add them to the footer (bottom).

Some people tag in the body kind of like #tagging stuff while you're #writing about them, which works brilliantly too.

However if you want your users to be able to determine if your post is relevant or not, adding your tags in the beginning could be preferable. Or maybe you can use your writing skills and lure them in by writing a good introduction so that they will want to read more.

Regardless of where you put your tags, google+ will notice them and suggest your posts to people that have shown interest in topics with similar and identical tags. So placement is really about your own feeling for what's right and proper, or looks the best.

Another important thing: Tagspamming is just going to get ignored by G+.

Use 3 - 5 tags on average and try to select ONE tag that best describes your post rather than adding all variations of tags:
Like using "writing" "writer" "author" "literature" "books" library" "typing" "authorship" "harrypotter" for a post about J.K Rowling rather than just tag it "author" and/or "jkrowling" because that is what the post is mainly about.

Best of luck out there!
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