Wait… why should I bother? I never have tried Snapchat yet.
Google has an extremely long list of failed attempts at social networks. And even when Eric admits it’s his fault, he has not pinpointed why it has failed. I personally do not see Google plus promising either.
This feature has been attacked a lot ever since it is announced. In light of the above news, it can be viewed as a hijack of Gmail users to the airplane of Google plus, which is definitely a bad move.
It would be informative if there is a comparison with ad sales on traditional media, such as newspapers/magazines, street, TV, etc.
It is like marriage. You can never see a person through before getting the marriage certificate.
No matter what technology you have, it is not the silver bullet in front of politics.
This reminds me of the time I did my undergrad diploma thesis when the most advanced quantum computer back then was able to factor 15 = 3 × 5.
I still do not understand the incentive for such changes in business models. But let’s wait and see.
I do not see the dominance of the Chrome family in the near future.
That is a lot. I have contributed about 0.0000005% for that.
I may not belong to the “young people” group, but I am done with Facebook too.
I knew it. But I do not care. Facebook for me is now more about a book of faces.