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What the Plus!: Google+ for the Rest of Us Paperback – Sep 11 2012
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About the Author
Guy Kawasaki is the former Chief Evangelist of Apple and cofounder of Alltop.com. He is the author of 11 other books, including "Enchantment," "Reality" "Check," "The Art of the Start," "Rules for Revolutionaries," "How to Drive Your Competition" "Crazy," and "The Macintosh Way."Attract
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"Is Google+ right for me?"
"How can I take full advantage of what it offers?"
The abundance of information, insights, and counsel that he provides is well-worth knowing even if you decide not to become involved now, unless (of course) you have no interest in either the Internet or the Web. (Not everyone does.) I have read and reviewed all of his previous books and realize that, since childhood, he has an almost insatiable curiosity about what works, what doesn't, and (especially) why. Moreover, At least since joining Apple in 1983, he has been determined to share whatever he has learned with as many people as possible. He moved on four years later, seeking new adventures in the vineyards of free enterprise and continues to be an evangelist for helping people to achieve personal growth and professional development.
Plus+ offers an excellent case in point. As is his style, he immediately establishes and then sustains a direct, personal rapport with his reader.Read more ›
This mostly stems from the fact it is comprised of savvy users. In my opinion as it gains more users, this is likely to change. Twitter was the same sort of thing when it started. It was a decent read, and it is much like Kawasaki's other work. There are a few duplicated sections from What the Plus in APE.
I'm someone who's mostly against social media (I use Twitter as a news feed), and after reading What the Plus, I'm still not going to use Google+, but my opinion of it has become slightly more positive.
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