Bart Palosz spent his summer posting troubling statues on his Google Plus page. He took his own life Tuesday.
And it’s right under our fingertips. Against the tyranny of the feed.
With Communities, Google’s rebuilding the whole experience of forums, right on top of Google+. Which it now says “is the fastest-growing network thingy ever. “
The gorgeous new Google+ app is just missing one thing: anyone you care about.
It’s as easy as pee! A clever explanation for how we use the various social networks we’re addicted to surged on Reddit today in the form of this old image, made from an even older tweet. I decided to expand on the topic by updating the original and making a bit pretty, too. Add your own suggestions in the comments!
The world’s first antisocial network.
In this watered down (would-be) sequel, Zuckerberg goes up against the Google empire. Eisenberg clearly didn’t sign on for this one, not even as a parody. Watch Video ›
The suspicions of Google+ being a total dude fest have been confirmed as the percentage of male users has been pegged anywhere between 73.7% and 86.8%. Below are a couple pictures from Reddit that saw this statistic coming. (via mashable.com) View List ›
If you appreciate this animated GIF then you’ll know which button to click. Read More ›
“Because, you know, there’s some people just don’t care about—they’re worthless.” A response to the Google+ preview video. Watch Video ›
Google’s new line of social networking utilities has many wondering what all the fuss is about. This one image says it all. View Image ›