Here's an interesting project -- a G+ user directory, which lets you sort by gender, occupation, city. Etc. It has 1 million users now - so its obviously not even 10% of the userbase yet, but looks like it could develop into a usable resource.
I'm beginning to wonder if Google really did submit an official Google+ app to the iTunes App Store. At least until something is ready, the least Google could do is make their iOS mobile experience a bit more complete - allowing you to actually share someone else's content (at all)?
Anybody seen screen shots, for real? :) This is turning into a conspiracy theory.
[EDIT: added link to a "breaking" news story. Also, I wonder why Google doesn't just release the app onto the jailbreaking scene if it really wants to raise a stink about it?]
I will agree with part of that Mel. They acted like they were both going to run if they didn't get it downtown (though I do think one of them was put to a vote). It seems leadership (or the lack of) comes up again. I am not going to gripe since I don't live there, but I am trying to get into some leadership positions here so I can have a say in what goes on (and not just gripe about things). Or I try to just stay my tongue.
The Khan Academy iPad app is coming along really well. We're getting near to a 1.0 release. This initial release will have video navigation and viewing as well as an interactive transcripts and offline support. Exercises will be coming in the next release. I've tossed a couple (very alpha) screenshots here. Huge thanks to +Adam Ernst and +Jason Rosoff for making this happen.