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Should You Be Using Google+?

Google+, on paper anyway, is the world’s second largest social network after Facebook. And while Facebook’s user-ship now tops one billion, G+’s remains considerably lower than that at around 500 million.

Certainly this number is nothing to balk at, but it’s undoubtedly true that a great many of Google+’s 500 million users have accounts merely because they were issued them after they signed up for another Google service like Gmail or YouTube….
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An article discussing Google+ and whether you should be using it.

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What happens to your online stuff when your die?

Google lets users plan their digital afterlife

But I’m not dead, I just haven’t blogged in awhile –

Just in case you’re inactive and not actually dead, Google is set to send you a warning via an email to a secondary address, and a text message to your cellphone.

Our online lives have become so important that Google just released a feature that enables users to control what happens to their data after they die.

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