With these words Vic Gundotra announced his departure from Google.
“Today I’m announcing my departure from Google after almost 8 years,” wrote Gundotra in a post titled, “I’m also forever in debt to the Google+ team. This is a group of people who built social at Google against the skepticism of so many.”
Just a few hours ago Larry Page answered to Vic’s Post on G+ saying these words:
“Vic — thank you for a tremendous almost eight years at Google. You cut your teeth on our mobile apps and developer relations, turning our disparate efforts into something great. When I first used turn-by-turn navigation, it blew me away. And, walking onto the stage at I/O last year, it was amazing to see developers so excited about Google. These were vintage Vic projects. Then you built Google+ from nothing. There are few people with the courage and ability to start something like that and I am very grateful for all your hard work and passion. I really enjoy using Google+ on a daily basis, especially the auto awesome movies which I really love sharing with my family and friends. Good luck with your next project after Google. In the meantime we’ll continue working hard to build great new experiences for the ever increasing number of Google+ fans.”
Tomorrow at 8pm PDT will answer all your questions on how to become a Glassexplorer. If you are considering the Glass but have a few questions, you can do so by joining in the Hangout. Details on See the details and original post here
(by pio dal cin) One of the main issues on +Google+ has always been “notifications”. Today G+ announced an improvement that makes notification easier to use. If you scroll all the way down from +Mr. Jingles you’ll find a “Everything Else” which means that if you want to see some of the posts outside your regular setting yo’ll be able to see them. +Mervik Haums just made a great post that I shared on my stream: Here is the post:
by pio dal cin. Codognè +Google+ has set up a CONGRATULATION CARD for His Highness the Prince of Cambridge, born TODAY at 4:24 pm local time. All you have to do is + PlusThis post by +Google UK and in the next fourteen days, if you have a +Google+ account, your name and photo will appear on the card as explained here by +Google “Instructions To participate To be included in this card you must be a Google+ user representing an individual (with either a profile or +page), and your profile picture must be a representative likeness (photo, drawing, picture etc). To add your profile picture to the online mosaic and your name to the card: To send your best wishes to the happy parents, simply +1 this post and we’ll add your name and picture to the world’s biggest congratulations card, you’ll then be able to find yourself by name. To have your name added to the card, sign-in to Google+ and +1 this post. To add a comment to the mosaic and card: To send a message of congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, just reshare this post and write your message in the text of your reshare. Use of your image in the card In addition to your image and/or comment appearing on https://royalbabycard.withgoogle.com, and in any final printed version of the card to be presented to Clarence House, it may also appear in media used to promote the card, in either online and offline placements. If you don’t want to feature in the card please don’t +1 this post. Moderation: We may edit posts to be in keeping with the spirit and tone of the card
Today a New Feature was announced by Circle Count on G+ it is called Your Circle Mapand what it does, is to show a map of people in your Google Plus Circlessorting them out and dividing them up by Country You’ll be able to see how many Google plus followers you have in the USA, or in Europe, Italy, Pakistan Australia, India, China, Japan or Argentina, Russia, Asia, Africa or North Pole. How can you do that? Simply click on the link provided in the +Nils Tschampel ‘s Google Plus Post after you downloaded the extension from the Chrome Extension, and you will enter a great World of fun and interactive statistics
(by pio dal cin) March 7th 2013 11:00 pm (GMT+1) +GoogleGlass will make a great impact on the market as it will become available by the end of 2013. I was posting a comment on a New York Times article about the impact it will have on people crossing the street, bumping into each other and eventually getting runned over by a truck or a cab on its way to the Airport in a busy New York. The video here is absolutely funny.
What really concerns me is how people would walk around without getting into the weardest accidents being concentrated on what the +Google Glass is doing more than what is going on around them. Look at this video from a journalist of theVerge who tried the +Google Glass for the first time. Look at his eyes as he tries them on. His eyes are looking up in a strange way. Look at these official videos from +Google They show you how it works and when it will be available, along with great information Google Glass ProjectPersonally I do not think that I will ever own a Glass since the probable price will be in the $1500 range. Besides that I feel stupid enough walking around with my smart phone. We all became attached to these small objects as if our lives depended on. Easier to interact virtually, (and less risky on the personal level) we often forget about our real lives. Will this be another step into “Robotizing” our lives? I would like to hear some feedback.