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Google+: Of Circles and Followers

Of all social tools still going strong today, twitter’s use of the follow/follow back as a means of launching and gaining traction has been the most copied. I can’t think of a faster way to populate a new social service … Continue reading

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Google+ Circles: Groups, Filters, and Stream Bubbles

So the paint is still wet on Google+, but I have had a chance to spend time in it and get a feel for how Circles have been implemented. As I wrote yesterday about social boundaries, and the awkwardness of … Continue reading

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Andrew Keen on TV on Schmidt on privacy online

Andrew Keen was on a British TV program last night called Newsnight. They have recently hosted Clay Shirky, and I wasn’t surprised to see Andrew interviewed. Of course, he’s from the home country, too, so that fits nicely. He was … Continue reading

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