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William Penman
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photographer, writer-ish, movie watcher, out of the box thinker, a bit shouty
photographer, writer-ish, movie watcher, out of the box thinker, a bit shouty

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Yes, I've got a circle called "I know you, but I'm not sure where from"

Ok. So I've been off here for a while because of the lack of app. What have I missed?

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New Google+ Changes Coming Next Week
- Ability to modify circles a post is shared with after posting it
- Reading sparks and +1 comments in the Android app
- Lifting of the 5000 circle cap (really?)
- The ability to overlap circles
- Option of a circle that doesn’t show up in your stream
- Menu follows you down the stream as you scroll
- Easy private messaging option including to person who starts a thread
- Google+ app for other platforms (WP7)
- Blocking working 100% of the time
- Easy way to merge circles
- Sharing and refresh updates in the Android app
- Link to hide all comments again after you’ve clicked to show all
- Better integration of Google Chat with Google+
- Fix issues with instant upload for photos
- Ability to share with all circles, but with an “except” option
- Ability to share Google Docs and Calendar with circles
- Revamp Google Reader to make sharing easier
- File-sharing integration
- Nested comments
- Addition of hash tags to aid searching

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remember when i said this? I'm starting to feel it.
so do early users of google+ like us end up with the respect levels of the early users of twitter? sort of like the stephen frys of Google+

Anyone on google+ want a google+ invite. just for old times sake.

So far, it seems like the only person who has actively sought out features on google+ is +Mark Hoppus

I think we should be able to see what circles we are in. could be interesting.

Just +1'd something and shared to facebook but not twitter. I feel dirty. Its like i betrayed twitter.

so do early users of google+ like us end up with the respect levels of the early users of twitter? sort of like the stephen frys of Google+
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