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Barry Goldberg
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NYC based Techie, Gadgethead, Parrothead, father and generally lovable.
NYC based Techie, Gadgethead, Parrothead, father and generally lovable.

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Piper's new dew.
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Just realized that Passbook will open your pass even if you have a passcode. What is Apple thinking? So my photos are more important than my credit cards? Starbucks on me!
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Review of the Elgato EyeTV stick.
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My review of the XBox 360
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A bit dated, but my Logitech Revue Review.  
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My review of my v-moda headphones.
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Check out my recent post about syncing photos between iPhone, Photo Stream and anything else. I used Picasa.


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Google+ Communities seems to be a perfect place for Financial Advisors to speak to their clients and community.  Using the community to increase their visibility, find new prospects, increase their reputation and stay connected to their clients.  In many ways it is similar to LinkedIn Groups or Profiles.  Of course this isn't just for Financial Advisors, but really anyone that manages clients.  

However with FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) , the Financial Advisors are not as free to post content to these communities as other businesses.  There is a high level of compliance that needs to be met related to the types of content that is posted, how it is controlled and how the content is archived.  LinkedIn makes this possible through a Compliance API allowing effective business conversations to take place on LinkedIn while ensuring compliance with relevant regulations.  While limited to LinkedIn partners, many third party software developers have made social media possible to this community.  

Google+ Communities is challenged in that the Google+ API is limited making it near impossible to serve the Financial Advisor community.  


Is Google thinking about this?  It would seem that their API would have to be dramatically enhanced to accommodate this functionality.
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