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Nifty trick.
With help from Gmail, Google+ photos finally get social.
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I like much more Google plus than all other... And my page +Discover Lebanon is working well
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Earth Day is coming up next Tuesday, April 22. To celebrate, Google+ and +TIME invite you to share your best photos of Earth.

Take a picture of your part of the planet, and share it on Google+ with the
hashtag #MyBeautifulEarth. Check back on Earth Day, when +TIME will
feature some of their favorite photos you shared: http://ti.me/1h3V7Lx
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Have a happy day, +Elie KAZUMBA. Happy birthday, if I don't understand bad. :)
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It's called the Pay to Quit program.
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Colbert will report to CBS next year.
The Comedy Central host who plays a conservative pundit will presumably drop the character to take the reins from the retiring late-night legend
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who in their right minds would even consider o'reilly anyhow?  he's a racist gasbag with little intelligence or wit, if any at all.   as for colbert, i don't know if he can pull it off without his faux conservative alter ego.
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Split pay pal from ebay.......go Karl
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Instagram is taking out the trash.
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Great
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Google's got goals.
Tech stocks have declined lately, but Google's core business remains strong as the company powers ahead with futuristic "moonshots" from wearable devices to robots and drones
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+Shawn Coumont They are actually forbidden in my city as an eye sore.
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There’s a right way to learn.
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Eat bananas.
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Who do you think should be on the TIME 100? Vote now: http://ti.me/1qnCF7G
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Four years after Google launched a not-so-subtle campaign to shame U.S. Internet service providers into improving their broadband service, North Carolina has become the latest front in the battle to offer consumers gigabit Internet speeds.
North Carolina has become the latest battleground in the competition to bring gigabit Internet speeds to consumers
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I live in San Diego CA and we don't have that much competition here, we have COX and it routinely has problems with both the TV service and Internet.   
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Welcome to TIME on Google+.

We know it's our job to keep our readers informed, but we also think you should inform us. We want to use our Google+ presence to function as a continuous dialogue between editors and readers.  TIME has a history of setting the national agenda each week in print, and we'd like to invite you to be a part of that process as we set the national (and international) agenda each day online. We'll use this space to discuss breaking news and current events, using what we're learning from you to fuel the way we shape our story-telling.