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Revision as of 03:38, 9 November 2018
Resources and References
Information, published elsewhere, which should prove interesting and useful.
Education is learning from others' mistakes.
- Morgan Knutson: Now that Google+ has been shuttered, I should air my dirty laundry on how awful the project and exec team was. (9 October 2018) A Google insider's view of Google+ and its executive team. (archive)
- Dan McComas: ‘I Fundamentally Believe That My Time at Reddit Made the World a Worse Place’ (April 2018)
Informational / Alternatives
Links to other resources:
- Google+ Alternatives Detailed feature Comparison
- Rough & tumble overview of existing Social Networks
- How do I move my stuff from Google+ ?: A stunningly uninformative, yet official, Google support page on data takeout.
- Goodbye, Google+: A eulogy for the last great social network (20 October 2018) Mike Elgan / _Fast Company_. A heartfelt but unflinching clear-eyed retrospective of Google+ from one of its biggest fans.
- Google+ and life after social media death (October 13, 2018) _CNET_
- Google Exposed User Data, Feared Repercussions of Disclosing to Public (8 October 2018) _The Wall Street Journal_ paywall
- Google Announces Project Strobe (sunsetting G+ consumer version) Google Blog (8 October 2018)
Google Product & Blog Articles
- New enterprise-grade features in Google+ help businesses drive collaboration, by David Conway, 11 October 2018. Mentions "Google+ for enterprises" as "a sneak-peek into our new direction for Google+".
- The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine by Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page, Stanford University, 1998. "[W]e expect that advertising funded search engines will be inherently biased towards the advertisers and away from the needs of the consumers."
- Blog musings by JollyOrc
- Dr. Edward Morbius on...