Google + any opinions?
Google +; I received what appears to be an invitation to join Google +, since I don't know much about it other than it is a new social site effort by Google, does anyone have an opinion ?
on a philosophical level - we are warned by brilliant authors such as Aldous Huxley, Neil Postman, and Marshall McLuhan - any new tool or technology should be considered using this question "am i signing up to solve a problem that i have," or "am i just signing up to sign up."
however, i'd sign up if i got an invitation just to see what all the buzz is about.
by Mikeydoes7 years ago
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by Patricia Scott5 months ago
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by rotl7 years ago
Why can't some people respect others' political views, choices, lifestyles, religion, etc?Is it intelligence or lack thereof, socialization, upbringing, personality, environment, education or lack thereof, religious...
by Rhys Baker5 years ago
Why do so many hubbers delete comments just because they disagree?I see this a lot particularly on hubs espousing things like Noahs flood, or the inerrancy of the bible. I don't delete opposing comments when I write...
by securityproducts319 months ago
Is there a difference between an opinion and an informed stance on a subject?
by Travis Wakeman3 years ago
In terms of philosophy or theology something like this:X is a mistaken position for reasons A,B,C. This Hub is an example of that position, lets do a point by point dissection of it (while not infringing on copyright)...
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