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Sravan Reddy
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Here is it finally, I managed to blog about it. Code is on github.

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As some of you may know, MySpace sold for the second time around the day G+ launched. (http://on.mash.to/pGCLHL) Specific Media bought MySpace 3 weeks ago, for a far lower sum than what Newscorp paid in 2005 when I was with the company. I don't have any connection to MySpace now, and haven't for years, but I was very excited to hear that Justin Timberlake was involved in the acquisition. (http://lat.ms/oBKhV3) I think if the new MySpace management starts small, and focuses on a specific corner of the Internet that they can "own," then JT's star power will help to reposition the company for this new idea, whatever that idea may be. If JT says it's so, then more people will pay attention. We don't need another "suit rebranding session" you typically see on CNBC, etc, we need a SNL-style JT video to bring the sexy back. +Noel Ramos Made this pic and sent it to me, Thanks Noel!
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Big Fight ..!!!
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Tom(of MySpace)
Google+ seems like a "reaction" to Twitter/Facebook. But are you starting to see the ways that Google+ just makes Google a better, more integrated set of services? Google already has top-notch products in key categories--photos, videos, office productivity, blogs, Chrome, Android, maps and (duh) search. Can you start to see/imagine what Google+ does for Gmail? Picassa? Youtube? Not to mention search? The +1 system that Google now has control of (unlike Facebook Likes) can really influence and change the nature of their search.

My original vision for MS was that everything got better when it was social--so I tried to build all the super popular things used on the web (blogs, music, classifieds, events, photos) on top of MySpace's social layer. When Yahoo launched 360, MSN launched Spaces, and Google launched Okrut, I was shakin in my boots. But quickly I saw that it's really hard to layer in social to features after the fact. At MySpace we had the luxury of having social first, and building the products on top of that layer. Then I choked and Facebook realized that vision. ;-)

But Google+ really seems to be primed to make good on that original premise--that everything gets better when its social. And unlike FB, Twitter, or anyone else, Google already has the most advanced set of products. And if I can clearly see where this is headed, then I think what we are getting is a much better Google. Does that kill FB/Twitter? Who cares? I'd use all 3, but more importantly, I'll be using Google products I never used, or use them in new, better ways I never used them before.

Oh yah and I love my Google TV :)

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.........missing Facebook?! This extension gives you the look of FB on Google+!!
Try it .Cool extension :)

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gmail is getting a new look too...check out
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