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Brian Fitzpatrick originally shared:
 
Like no other Google Doodle I've ever seen.

http://www.google.com/

#proudtobeagoogler
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Tom Anderson originally shared:
 
Nice thought of the day, this quote by Einstein... Me likes it! Related to this: If I find I'm "stuck" with someone (sitting next to them at a dinner, for example) and I can't locate anything of interest in them, I try to ask myself "what are you not seeing?" It's not their fault. It takes two to be boring. I like to think that nobody is boring, just two people interacting might be boring. It's better to enjoy things than to criticize...

Thank my mates +Dmitry Shapiro and +Robert Vogel for sharing this image.
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Mark Striebeck originally shared:
 
A first, tiny step: view recent Google+ posts in the Gmail people widget!

You can now see the most recent Google+ post that the sender of the email shared with you in the Gmail people widget - see screenshot below.

BTW: +Bella Kazwell is a tech lead on the Gmail team and +Steven Bills is the engineer who implemented this particular feature. Oh, and before you ask, 'unicorn' is what we nicknamed our internal Gmail test environment. I.e. the Google+ post here from Bella is pretty much the first one that was ever served from Gmail!

Again, this is just the first launch - look out for more!
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Robert Scoble originally shared:
 
My reply to +Kevin Rose

He told me "Dude, you're using the internet wrong. You can't follow 4,000+ people and not expect to get duplicate content. Would, eventually, grouping similar stories make sense...sure. You have to realize that you're an edge case. This reminds me of when you got pissed at twitter for not being able to follow more than X thousand people (25?). I love ya Scoble, but you can't demand features that only apply to a few." In a post over here: https://plus.google.com/110318982509514011806/posts/Reuegm3LGVp

I quite enjoy being told by Kevin Rose that I'm doing the Internet wrong. I think there should be a Foursquare badge for that!

But, Kevin, here's some facts you might not consider:

1. I'm studying and talking with a large number of people, most of whom are NOT Internet edge cases.

2. I have several accounts, so I can study this from different points of view.

3. I have several circles with fewer than 100 people in them, including circles of family, friends, coworkers, Venture Capitalists/Investors (you're in that one) etc.

In EVERY CASE there is the kind of noise I talked about this morning. EVERY SINGLE ONE.

Do you need me to pull out my video camera and show you?

My wife got so fed up with various types of noise that she called me an Internet asshole and went back to Facebook. Believe me, I've seen this from many points of view.

But, to take you directly on. Yes, I am an edge case.

I was the first person to follow 1,000 people over on Twitter. You might forget that, but I haven't. Many people wrote me the same bulls**t that you did back then. They said I was an edge case and hitting problems that no one else in human history ever will hit.

They were wrong. You are wrong in the same way now.

Today millions follow more than 1,000 over on Twitter and Facebook.

Tomorrow the rest of you will catch up and see the noise problems I'm seeing on Google+.

Oh, and you are using the Internet wrong too. :-)
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We announced our self-driving car project in 2010 (http://goo.gl/dI6qA) with a clear goal: make driving safer, more enjoyable and more efficient.

There’s much left to design and test, but we’ve now safely completed more than 200,000 miles of computer-led driving, gathering great experiences and an overwhelming number of enthusiastic supporters.

We wanted to share one of our favorite moments from some special research we conducted. Watch this video of Steve, who joined us for a drive on a carefully programmed route to experience being behind the wheel in a whole new way. We organized this test as a technical experiment outside of our core research efforts, but we think it’s also a promising look at what this kind of technology may one day deliver for society if rigorous technical and safety standards can be met.

A version of this video with audio captions is available here: http://goo.gl/k5K9Q
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Robert Scoble originally shared:
 
I just can't stand the way the entertainment industry treats tech startups. Read this about Veoh and weep.
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Please act now and Say NO!
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Bill Gross originally shared:
 
Everything about this picture is awesome. The curl of the boys toes, the part in his hair, the angle of the cat's head, the motorcycle heading away hazily in the background.

GREAT picture by Vladimir Zotov: http://j.mp/tMhLcB

What's your favorite part?
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Matt Waddell originally shared:
 
Thanks everyone for another amazing week on G+! Here's a sampling of features and fixes we've rolled out most recently:

- You can now re-order your circles by dragging them left or right on the Circles page, and they'll stay that way across Google+. (For bonus points, try dragging one of your circles into the top half of the Circles page.) [original post: http://goo.gl/Jy4Vv]

- Webmasters can now see and test updates of the +1 button before they're launched to all users on their site [original post: http://goo.gl/70a31]

- The +1 button now renders up to 3x faster, and webmasters can make things even speedier by using the new async javascript snippet [original post: http://goo.gl/GhWGe]

- You can now choose who can start a huddle with you: Anyone, your Extended Circles, or just your Circles. To make your selection just visit Google+ settings on the desktop, or G+ settings on Android. [see attached screenshot]

- You should now see a better list of places when searching for a place to check into on G+ mobile. [original post: http://goo.gl/opvWa]

- You can now edit the names of your photo albums directly inside of Google+. Just go the Photos page, click "Your albums", choose an album, and click on the album title. [original post: http://goo.gl/gaVv8]

- You can now create new circles in-line from the "Add to Circle" menu all across G+ (including profiles, hovercards, and people suggestions in the Stream). [see attached screenshot]

- And… we've created a "What's new in Google+" page that'll help keep track of these features & fixes in the future [what's new page: http://goo.gl/0fcNs]

Keep the feedback coming y'all -- we're listening, and making changes. Enjoy the weekend!
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