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Trisha Verma
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Our Second Annual Holiday party will be at The Commune Lounge in Royal Oak - 12/15 - Holiday Attire Suggested!
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The money quote:
"If you want to see what a future looks like where a single company controls YOUR personal data for its own profit, this is a glimpse. Clearly, Facebook management does not want you to have the ability to take your personal information outside their walls to, say, Google+ and will do everything in their power to stop you, including violating their own terms and conditions."
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Here's the thing. Everyone has been on Facebook's back for years over privacy concerns and personal-data sharing. Now, they finally shut down one area, and they can't even find a way to make it look like they're doing it for their users safety. You would think that they could spin this as great PR for "protecting" their users info. Instead, they look like whiny kids who are taking their ball and going home.
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Re: Brand/Business profiles on Google+: Not yet
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Google+ users are a persistent bunch :-).
Here is a quick update on Google+ and businesses:

We have been watching Google+ take shape over the last week and we’ve seen some really great companies get involved. But frankly we know our product as it stands is not optimally suited to their needs. In fact, it was kind of an awkward moment for us when we asked Ford for his (or was it her?) gender!

How users communicate with each other is different from how they communicate with brands, and we want to create an optimal experience for both. We have a great team of engineers actively building an amazing Google+ experience for businesses, and we will have something to show the world later this year.

The business experience we are creating should far exceed the consumer profile in terms of its usefulness to businesses. We just ask for your patience while we build it. In the meantime, we are discouraging businesses from using regular profiles to connect with Google+ users. Our policy team will actively work with profile owners to shut down non-user profiles.

Over the next few months we are going to be running a small experiment with a few marketing partners to see the effect of including brands in the Google+ experience. We’ll begin this pilot with a small number of named partners. If you represent a “non-user entity” (e.g. business, organization, place, team, etc.) and would like to apply for consideration in our limited program (and be amongst the first to be alerted when the business product launches) you can sign up here:

http://goo.gl/zq95C

Please keep all of the feedback coming, we are listening and really appreciate the time everyone is putting towards helping us build a better social experience through Google+.
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This is comic strip of a gang of former superheros and supervillains making a go at civilian life. The lead characters, Andy and Sinister Trout, doe their best to tolerate each other and their former ...
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After a year of drinking our way across Michigan, we came up with our 10 favorite beers of 2011. Here they are (in no particular order)
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Penelope Trunk says "Do what you love" is bad career advice - instead we should do work that caters to our strenghts. What do you think?
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I do agree.....ppl who works passionately for what they love....generally go high....but most of us don't.............ppl who understand their strength may be better then ppl who just work but i dont think will be better than those who work what they love to do.....
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I'm excited for my first Google+ hangout in about 30 mins.
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How did your hangout go? I couldn't get it to work? Probably operator error!
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After a month of dealing with a serious car accident and the insurance company aftermath, I was finally ready to purchase a new vehicle. I visited a few dealerships, but was stunned at how poorly I was treated - other dealers were rude, tried constantly to upsell me, and were not respectful of my time. For the first time in my life, I was considering leaving the GM family to buy a Ford, simply because of the customer service issues. On a whim during my lunch break the day before I was going to make my Ford purchase, I stopped by Mike Savoie Chevrolet. Mark Gurney greeted me at the door, and immediately made me feel comfortable. I was armed for battle, based on my previous experiences, but Mark treated me exactly the way I had hoped to be treated. He understood my time constraints and frustration, listened when I told him exactly which vehicle I wanted with what options, and answered my questions. I left there in 30 minutes with a list of the paperwork I needed to provide. By the same time next day, all via email, Mark had everything ready to go for me. He was respectful of my time and job, and communicated via email the way I had asked, and took care of everything. The following day, I picked up my brand new Chevy Cruze. Once again, Mark made the signing quick and easy - he had everything prepared, took me through the forms thoroughly but efficiently, and had me out in the drivers seat in no time. He walked me through my car's features, and sent me on my way. Mark Gurney and the staff at Mike Savoie Chevrolet made my car buying experience wonderful, and are the sole reason I stayed in the GM family. He went above and beyond, and rescued my opinion of Chevy dealers. I absolutely love my car, and have already referred friends to Mark over at Mike Savoie!
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