Just a quick announcement. For the month of November, we’re going to have a month where I answer all your questions about Google.
There have been a lot of them coming in lately, some very basic, other quite complex. So if you’ve sent a question before today on the topic of Google, it will be answer in the next 35 days.
Why 35? To get to every answer, I’ll have to start answering questions today, you see. We’re going to start off by answering questions about the Google information page, which I’ve been engaged in for a current client of mine, starting with links, a very confusing topic to say the least.
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Edit: I’m aware of the audio problems. Time was a factor in getting this video out to its intended audience.
I haven’t written a walkthrough, review or any other commentary of Google+, despite the fact that I’ve been using it since late in the first round of invites. (And just to be clear, when I got invited isn’t the point, the point is, I’ve been using it long enough to form the opinion that is about to follow, late enough to have missed directly interacting with folks like Mark Zuckerberg, but early enough to not be discussing Google+ as a regular topic of conversation.)
Mostly because I feel like it hasn’t been long enough to write a proper review. We’re still in the stages where most people are just talking about the tool and how much they like it, hate it, don’t understand what the fuss is, or think it’s going to change the world. I believe it’s too early to tell.
And now, it’s starting to get lonely in there with mostly techies and a couple of marketing people.
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