One public post in a year and then you make comments at a conference that a number of reporters take as an indication that Google+ is to be axed. I remember being at Wang Laboratories — when it was the fastest growing computer company in the world — and it announced its new “Alliance" product line for the executive/administrative suites, especially of Fortune 500 companies. John Cunningham, the president, said in a press conference that he did not use the product. What happened to Wang after that point?
Different times. Different companies. Google is awesome. Google is my best friend. Google+ is the best social media platform for enhanced and collaborative communications. My search results are much better after i started using Google+. Aren't social media signals vital to a continually improving Google search (especially given that Bing is informed by Klout/Facebook data for social signals)???
I sure wish +Sergey Brin
would be more publicly supportive of this platform. You are (he is) so brilliant, i am sure there is a method to this seeming madness — unless the desire to dive from heights toward the ground reflects a loose screw in that genius-head. +Larry Page
, please get a screwdriver and tighten that screw. Thanks. lol
Chris Taylor, writing in Mashable on April 24, 2004:...if Google were proud of precisely what it had built [Google+], of this wonderfully weird town of many metaphors, a lot of us might understand it better — and be more willing to explore it.