Another fail from Google. Just like this one + ;-)
I've wondered if infinite scroll will ever become a reality at Google. #gplus It appearsis not partial to the idea, however that was more than a year ago (nov 2010), and since then the method of serving pages is arguably becoming more widespread and accepted. (Twitter, Facebook Timeline, Pinterest..) Google Images have infinite scroll but not main search results. Is there a technical reason why Google could not offer it, is it the challenge of Adwords and thus a uncertain risk to revenue or ultimately the usability argument such that pagination is the preferred method all-round?
Bit harsh? I don't regard + as a fail, because I don't think it's comparable to other networks, it's more than that.
For me Google+ is still like being at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, very picturesque and fascinating, but no-one here except echoes
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