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SachinEE
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12/28/2015 | 9:59:57 PM
Re: Google+ languishes
Google+ is cluttered with its over minimalistic design and communication solution, something that doesn't attract the eye of the looker. When G+ was released I took one look at it and said its boring because it looked boring. The design of the Gmail Chat looks more interesting and something that would catch the eye.
SachinEE
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12/28/2015 | 9:57:41 PM
Re: Google+ languishes
@Pedro: Since Google glass works on a connected backbone network it always has to have its presence inside a network for you to be using it to its optimal usage. I haven't used Google glass but from the DIY videos on YouTube I think Google glass is an amazing piece of technology. If everything becomes connected then I don't see why people wont accept Google glass.
PedroGonzales
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12/28/2015 | 5:06:03 PM
Re: Google+ languishes
I think if Google Glass can be made to look less geeky may be more consumers will want to get it.  There were many skits ridiculing how geeky was not user friendly at all.  People aren't ready for Google glass or may be Google Glass isn't ready for people.
Joe Stanganelli
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12/28/2015 | 11:26:32 AM
Google+ languishes
Really went out on a limb there with the Google+ prediction!  ;)  That puppy was limping right out of the barrel, and no amount of hyperevangelism from Elgan and Scoble can get normal people to like it (or even +1 it) and use it.
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