Tag Archives: Google

Google+ Topical circles?

Google+ appears to have struck a chord with Circles. Circles provide a convenient way to filter incoming content posts by groups of people. They take some work to set up, but in launching with Circles, users are fast getting used … Continue reading

Posted in Streams, UX | Tagged , , | 4 Comments

Google+ Circles: a new design for talk?

A long while back I wrote up a case for a message-based social networking standard that would couple posts and responses, and which would permit actions on posts that could be updated on participating social networks to show state in … Continue reading

Posted in Streams, UX | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Google+, minus growing pains

Google+ is still very, very, young. But the internet doesn’t wait. And when a new service is adopted and welcomed by journalists reporting on the very medium in which the service is launched. Well, you’re going to get very quick … Continue reading

Posted in Design, UX | Tagged , | 3 Comments