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All Things Google

Google news, apps, features, and easter eggs. Everything related to Google (the company and its products)
Digital Health Space
Health Train Express - http://healthtrain.blogspot.com/#... Where People go to look for Medical Information on the WWW Everyone is doing it. Patients do it, physicians do it, and family members do it.
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Digital Health Space
Shuseel Baral
Shuseel Baral
suraj
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suraj
Kyle Tavares
Shuseel Baral
Shuseel Baral
Shuseel Baral
Shuseel Baral
Shuseel Baral
Kyle Tavares
Kyle Tavares
Shuseel Baral
Kyle Tavares
Kyle Tavares
Kyle Tavares
Kyle Tavares
Alice Smith
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Kol Tregaskes
"Well I've gone and done it, I've now pointed my domains to my +Google+ page. Specifically to a search address that shows all the tidy stuff (not the status update-like posts etc.). My other blogs (WordPress.com being the main one) are sitting there collecting dust and no one reads them plus I'm always on here so it makes sense to move my "blogs" to Google+. In addition my Google+ #Currents edition is exactly what I want from a blog. It uses the content I already post here, has categories (Sections), a front page and a TOC. It works on mobiles (via Google Currents anyway) and easy to maintain The layout is basic but clean and there is nothing extra for me to do beyond what I already do on Google+. Both use hashtags queries so thank goodness I've been adding them since the very early days. I'm also thankful that I've been formatting my posts and reshares for a while. It has benefited the presentation on Currents, for one." - Kol Tregaskes from Bookmarklet
Not buying it, Google+ still sucks. (Yemezler, Google+ hala poh gibi.) - @barisunver #beyn.org
In my opinion, I think people who put all their eggs in this basket are going to regret it. - Spidra Webster
I also don't understand why people would put their content on a service they don't own. - Trish R
I wouldn't do it, but if you want to, have at it. - Derrick
While I like G+, I agree about putting all your eggs in one basket - Bluesun 2600 from Android
Spidra, that's good then that I don't have any basket atm. - Kol Tregaskes
Trish, I don't have any blog of my own to talk about. - Kol Tregaskes
Has anyone here seen Google Currents btw? It's Google Flipboard. - Kol Tregaskes
@barisunver #beyn.org, why don't you like Google+? - Kol Tregaskes
Also, in regards to the notation that I put my content on someone else service. The majority of the rest of my content is on FriendFeed. I don't own that either! - Kol Tregaskes
Digital Health Space
ObjectiveCreative
Shuseel Baral
jude ocheni
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ObjectiveCreative
kitmane
imabonehead
"Finding bugs isn't an act of charity; it's a time-consuming process that researchers should be rewarded for. That's a fact that Google understands well and is now increasing the amount of money it pays out to security researchers for disclosing bugs." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
"While the new $15,000 award is Google's top regular bug payout, the company has paid out higher awards in the past for Chrome exploits. During Google Pwnium events, which are typically co-located alongside Hewlett-Packard's Pwn2own event, Google offers the promise of a larger prize. In 2012, Google paid out $60,000 for a Chrome bug to a security researcher only known publicly as... more... - imabonehead
"On Sept. 30, Google upped the ante threefold, raising the top bug bounty to $15,000." - imabonehead
"All told in the final analysis, Google bug bounty efforts over the past four years are a shining example to the entire IT security industry of how to reward researchers for a job well done." - imabonehead
Shuseel Baral
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