I dunno... resisting is pretty easy... not joining requires no effort...ThistleWeb wrote:Google are generally better trusted to deliver a decent product, I can see this taking off. Not quite sure it's for me but it may turn into a social issue where it's just easier to join that constantly resist.
dawgdoc wrote:ThistleWeb wrote:...so they will flock to a Google branded network, even if it's just the same as Facebook.
from xkcd.com sometime last week
Takeaway: A close partnership between Microsoft and Facebook may just be the unholy alliance required to thwart Google and their plans for world domination.
The Facebook video chat functionality allows you to interact with only one person at a time, and you must be friends with that person. With Google+, you can “hang out” with up to 20 other members in a virtual video-enabled chat room, and you can chat with people who aren’t necessarily in your circles.
If Microsoft incorporated Bing search, Office Web Apps, Windows Live Hotmail, Xbox Live video, and other services it already has into Facebook, Zuckerberg’s social network would have a much better chance of countering Google’s moves.
linuxviolin wrote:Google +? My God! Another useless and silly cr** by Google this time...
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