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Brittany Leaning
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UX Designer in Training at General Assembly in Austin, TX
UX Designer in Training at General Assembly in Austin, TX

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Whether you’ve been blogging for years or crafting your first post, our new guide will help you take your blog to the next level!

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Need some inspiration? Check out these quotes:

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If you're attending #INBOUND14 , you'll want to check out this guide:

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One of the only college courses Steve Jobs took was on calligraphy and typography, which he believed played a critical role in the success of Apple. As he once said in his Stanford University commencement speech, "If I had never dropped in on that single course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts." Can you imagine a world where Apple products didn't have a focus on beautiful design? I certainly can't.

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I wonder what will happen with +Google+...
Vic Gundotra, the Google executive who heads +Google+, is leaving the company. 

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So excited for #INBOUND14 !
Come together. Get inspired. Be remarkable. #INBOUND14  

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+Macy's and +Mashable 's sites were pretty awesome. Gotta love a gradient background and clip art graphics.

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I LOVE this! So cute and so perfect for Google+ since they support GIFs. Nice job, +Starbucks Coffee.
Cupid shoots arrows of love. CUPid shoots arrows of lattes. From 2-5pm on 2/14, buy one handcrafted latte, share one on us. (At participating US stores only)
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Love this SlideShare on the State of Holiday Shopping in 2013!

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Why is the Google+ API read only? in comment https://code.google.com/p/google-plus-platform/issues/detail?id=41#c181 Thor suggests that we should take the (181 comment thread) to this community instead of just piling on the the Issue. 

So I throw it open. 

Why do you think Google has decided to keep this read only?

What would you do if Google+ had a read/write API? 

Let your voice be heard!
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