Comments on: Is Google+ a Facebook killer or another Google Wave? Thu, 08 Nov 2012 14:58:41 +0000 hourly 1 By: timacheson Thu, 08 Nov 2012 14:58:41 +0000 Google+ is an epic fail.

Even Google’s own staff don’t use it, spending their social web time on Facebook and Twitter like everybody else: ployees-dont-use-google-plus/

By: Anonymous Mon, 26 Dec 2011 10:20:29 +0000 I really have to question this mad rush to “connect”.
Maybe I am not with it enough to get it, but it is sad to think
That millions of people out there are totally incapable
Of truly independent thought and action. We are
Internet and network addicts and anything we are
Addicted to will end up degrading and corrupting our overall
Culture in my humble opinion.

By: jbgfour Thu, 21 Jul 2011 23:13:04 +0000 It is Twitter that is vulnerable now and not so much FB.

By: Vectorash Mon, 18 Jul 2011 17:30:53 +0000 Google Wave was a failure because nobody really understood how would they use it..

Google+ is the new “Facebook”, and yes soon It will win the battle with Facebook.

More on that here: Google turning sociable and NOT nice and-not-nice/

By: umarfarukm Fri, 01 Jul 2011 23:20:45 +0000 praying.. it shoudn’t like google wave!

By: ALorenzo Fri, 01 Jul 2011 06:27:44 +0000 I wouldn’t say Google Wave was a “problemless” solution.

What it was, and what they should have sold it as, was an online collaborative whiteboard. You can have multiple people in the conversation sharing links, photos, videos and it had versioning (a wave’s “history”) to navigate through the conversation in time. Currently, only a combination of Evernote, Dropbox, and good ole e-mail can replace it for my needs.

I’m waiting for it to mature as the open source “Wave in a Box” but it looks promising… at least for enterprise users.

By: socialfan Fri, 01 Jul 2011 05:59:19 +0000 has a similar idea and uses google account for login. Doesn’t collect any other personal information. Seems to have better privacy than circles. Interesting Concept.

By: yunapark Fri, 01 Jul 2011 02:39:52 +0000 As an employee of an agency that runs on Google Apps, I’d love to see (1) Google Apps accounts activated on Plus and (2) integrations between the different Google products, as you mentioned above. Love the idea of combining Docs & Hangout, and I could see great use for Sparks for an agency like ours where folks are constantly sharing out Reader finds via email.