Yes, Google+ is Google’s answer to Facebook, but not in the directly competitive sense many journalists assume. Google+ is core to Google’s mission “to organize the world’s information“, and that’s a better frame for thinking about this service. Here are 35 slides to help kickstart a different perspective on what Google+ really is – a “shared interest graph.” Gideon Rosenblatt
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