Google+ chief Vic Gundotra this morning announced a redesign for Google+. And there it is. We at aNewDomain.net have a heavy presence on Google + and our audience lives there by and large. We asked our readers for comments. Here’s what they said.
Tag Archives | Social
Image Credit: Brian Gratwicke In an emergency, would you help someone — or just share a pic or video of the situation online? You’d be surprised …
On this episode of John C. Dvorak X3, co-hosts John, Andrew Eisner and Joe Engo talk Pinterest — and examine its apparently addictive effect on the fairer sex. Digital crack, they call it. Oh, yeah. It’s John C. Dvorak X3 — find it here daily right here at aNewDomain.net.
by Wix. Why should your business waste time Liking, Tweeting and Google +1-ing? Because it’s cheaper, says this infographic, and your reach is far-reaching, global even. Don’t believe it? Check out this great infographic and tell me you remained unconvinced. It works for us at aNewDomain.net. And if it annoyed you, you probably muted me […]
This week, aNewDomain.net’s John C. Dvorak and Gina Smith join Jason Hiner, Dan Patterson and, of course, Leo, on This Week in Tech with Leo Laporte. Find this show and lots of other great shows from TWiT at TWiT.tv.
Creating 1,000 more Slicon Valley millionaires in high-end cars, Facebook officially now is a public company. It just issued its Initial Pubic Offering on Wall Street. Its S-1 says the IPO is a $5 billion raise, half what analysts expected late last night.. An $80B valuation for the Silicon Valley social networking giant is likely. […]
The social bubble continued to inflate today with news from Twitter, Facebook, Google Currents and Le Web. Try as he might, aNewDomain News Editor Eric Mack’s rantings haven’t popped it quite yet.
The Amazon Kindle Fire. If you want an iPad as a holiday gift, this will disappoint.
On the day before U.S. Thanksgiving, a dead news day, Facebook slips out its new sponsored content — interspersing it with feeds from your Facebook friends. What’s your take. Gina Smith is … divided.
One of these four guys is 4.7 degrees of separation away from you, odds say. So much for six degrees of separation, according to new research