Of course that Google‘s reply didn’t let itself waited, to the nastiness from TechCrunch, you remember which one, the “Google Plus is a Walking Dead” or something like that, by the co-editor Alexia Tsotsis. Google’s Yonatan Zunger, said in an article on Blogger platform based Google Plus Daily that Tsotsis’ statements are BS, because nothing changes after Vic Gundotra’s departure, on the contrary, they are improving the future mega Social Media platform to marvelous features, and Tsotsis has shares in Facebook, Yahoo and Twitter. I understand from this that Alexia Tsotsis is envious on the ever emerging platform, and that the “competition” between Google Plus and the other Social Media monsters is far from being halted. Nice!
Not bad mouthing about Google Plus’ new added “plethora of new features in hangouts”[sic], I repeat that the article in TechCrunch was very well documented. It’s not their fault that Google’s promotion policy for one of the best Social Media existent site is wrongly done. Why everybody says that “all my friends are on Facebook, what shall I do on G+?” Have all of them shares in the giant, with Bono and Mark Zuckerberg? I think something is still rotten and Gundotra’s leaving is not a good sign. By the way, I haven’t found any worthy news about his whereabouts since April 24. With his net worth, he can start his own venture, I suppose. Everybody waits for Mashable or TechCrunch to announce anything, and then to quote or to bitch around, Zoolander style. At least Zoolander is a kind and funny character, the news spreaders aren’t. Wow, and I almost forgot to tell you, I’ve seen the Google movie, The Internship which is labelled “comedy”. Lame, boys and girls, very lame. Not Owen Wilson, nor Vince Vaughn could make them attractive.
The movie looks like a long, too long advert for Google. I like Google and Google Plus. They can there, make it likable for other people too.
You have above the Google’s movie trailer, with a screenplay by Vince Vaughn. Interns at Google say that the internship at Google presented in the movie, is not accurate, things and facts don’t stay like that, but different. Wow, what a sense of humor. Good luck then.
And in the end, the things to remember are: I love Google, I’m not joking. Blogger is bad, a blog made by me, specially customized for you, is good. Google Plus is the best Social Media site, but they don’t promote it properly. Facebook isn’t cool, is just more handy. They worked hard, and now they pick the fruits. It doesn’t make sense, the companies owners are somehow members of the same elite, there wasn’t any challenge up to a point. Google has a greater advantage, but maybe the employers are not as creative anymore. They need a better marketing and to simplify things a little.
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