You can create Google+ circles to control the audience for your own posts as I described here, but the most common reason to create Google+ circles is to organize how you read other people's posts in your feed. Google+ circles can serve as filters by allowing you to only see posts from the people you … Continue reading Create Google+ circles to help organize your feed
You can now log in with Google+ on several websites including USA Today, The Guardian, The Fancy and Fitbit. Google+ will increasing become an option on sites that tie to social media accounts by allowing you to log in with Facebook or Twitter. Although logging into another site with an existing social media account is … Continue reading Log in with Facebook, Google+ or Twitter: Pros and cons
Google+ privacy for what you post is controlled by sharing with limited circles or specific individuals. Even though I wrote that you only need one Google+ circle, if you don't intend to make all your posts public you will likely need additional circles. (You may also want additional circles to control how you read posts … Continue reading Google+ privacy: Create circles by what you post not who is in them
Which social media site or sites do you use daily? Facebook? Google+? Twitter? LinkedIn? I tend to bounce around among all of them. Twitter is still my primary love, but I am becoming increasing fond of Google+. (You did know there are people there now, didn't you?) I still do drop by Facebook since a … Continue reading Social media poll: which sites do you use?
Google Glass is a wearable device that lets you see web data such as directions and other facts right before you eyes, although most people just equate Google Glass with hands-free video and photography. Now, Google is giving people a chance to be Google Glass Explorers and get Google Glass before the device is available … Continue reading Get Google Glass early with a clever pitch (and $1500)