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Giuliano Vilela

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Awesome initiative by Jesse Noller.

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Testando o Google+ + Youtube. Massa!

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R.I.P. Dennis Ritchie :(
I just heard that, after a long illness, Dennis Ritchie (dmr) died at home this weekend. I have no more information.

I trust there are people here who will appreciate the reach of his contributions and mourn his passing appropriately.

He was a quiet and mostly private man, but he was also my friend, colleague, and collaborator, and the world has lost a truly great mind.

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How Google Can Really Innovate / The Biggest Feature Missing in G+

== Why it’s not search ==
Many posts have been written about how search is the biggest thing missing, but I don’t really worry about that.
We're talking about Google; search will come eventually, maybe even through the “traditionnal” Google social search, which already works really well for searching Twitter posts of people you follow.

== The need for innovation ==
The truth is, we like G+ mainly because it’s a Facebook by Not-Facebook ( ), and because most people on it are geeks talking about geeking things.

But I don’t believe you can only build a lasting social network that way, since eventually, all kinds of people will use it. And even without pokes and zynga games, the content posted will tend the same, it already started. Google needs to innovate in a big way to have a real edge in this game.

Circles aren’t really new, even if the interfacing is really neat. You can create lists of friends on Facebook since so-long-i-can’t-remember.

== What I really want ==
You know this person, (s)he’s in your contacts right now. Most of the times he posts about things you really care about, but too often, he posts about a subject you don’t really care about, e.g. some political issues, funny cat pictures, his taste of music.

I want G+ to automatically tag each of his post, with a few keywords, leaving me the choice to not adding to my stream his posts which are tagged #music or #politics for instance.
Of course, he should be able edit the list of tags generated.

With this fantastic noise-control feature, your timeline will be guaranteed to be only “the stuff you want”. I already use G+ so much, I might even use it more than Twitter at this point.

== The politics of it ==
Facebook will never implement this feature because their politics are “people should share everything with everyone at all time”, which means no real filtering.
That’s the reason why the “list of friends” is a feature buried deep into their interface: They don’t want you to use it.

== Three other features I would love==
- Archiving by year/month/day : I would be able to “blog” here
- A better timeline (compile the posts re-shared in one block, like facebook does)
- Search (duh)

TL;DR: I want G+ to automatically tag each post of the people I follow, and being able to filter out some of them.
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