Google+ as we know it is changing, and that’s a good thing
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In 2011, Google came up with a plan to unite many of its services through a single social networking website called Google+. It wasn't meant to be a Facebook clone, where users would go to connect with their loved ones or to share annoying viral videos, and it also lacked the instantaneous gratification that came with posting a tweet about a current event. Instead, it quickly found a home among passionate people who shared common interests. Wheth...
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