Thursday, 26 June 2014


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Larry Page on What’s going on with Google Plus?

Not much has been said about G+ during Google I/O this year; however, Larry Page was asked What’s going on with Google Plus? in his after conference interview with The New York Times ( - ht to Randy Culler for the link).

Here's the excerpt:

What’s going on with Google Plus?

Mr. Page: I think there’s a lot of things going on with Google Plus. I’m a very excited user of it. You saw some demos showing how it works with Chromecast — that’s one of the things I’ve been excited about. The service has been growing tremendously. People are always like, “Oh, what’s going on?” But for us, we’re super excited about it because it’s a big service, growing continuously, since we launched it, at a high rate, and we’re making it better and better every day.

Is “social” as important to you now as it was two years ago?

Mr. Page: Yes, if anything, probably more important. We have a very excited, dedicated community. People forget we’re able to make our services better by understanding your relationships, making sharing work and understanding identity. These are deep and important things for us as a company.

When people ask about Google Plus they think about it as, “I’m going to the stream.” For us, Google Play reviews are part of Google Plus, too. We see all those things growing and being important for us.

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