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Completely agree with you but this sort of thing doesn't happen to this extent around the world, wonder why the radical change in behaviour here.

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google+ invitations are up again for me.
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To send a "direct message" to someone, share the post with JUST that person. Then, comment on the post to establish your own, private thread. Tag them in the post to get their attention & let them know it's a DM.
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No way of posting on someone else's stream? Ala wall posts on Facebook?

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"Sadly, the last ten years, the term has been co-opted in public discourse and only applies to Muslims, now here we have a right-wing Christian extremist who has committed an act of terror, and many people don't know how to react."
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I'm left speechless after watching this happen at a baseball game.
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Awesome indeed.

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"In just two weeks, Google+ has reached the 10 million user mark. For a tech company so used to losing the social media game, this could be its moment. Those numbers look like peanuts compared to Facebook's 750 million users, many of whom check in every day. But the site is expected to double in size by this weekend and such fast growth won't go unnoticed by Zuck & Co."
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Perhaps, but they are also for the most part early adopters, so it's a miniscule sample to begin with.

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lack of privacy... yay!
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The only thing about that though is that not many people bother to use twitter if they don't share their account publicly. I do see the point about not having a private "bio" outlet on the web -- because I think it's good to have a spot where just certain pieces of very simple data are available (difficult to do even on Facebook, basically anyone you accept as a friend is likely to catch something you don't want them to see), or you just want to have an unsearchable, "truly" private (as private as managed data can be) forum to discuss things with friends.

Unfortunately it seems there's this notion now that companies are saying "well, since data on the web isn't really private anyway, we might as well go ahead and try to profit off it." As a result, the loser is always the individual who's having his data sold and harvested.
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