Google+: Invites App (Google+ Exodus), 21 Google Circles and More!

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Looking for information about Google+, here is today tidbits,

Getting the Google+ Feed for any profile isReddit post that shows how to grab public posts from Google+. This method shows how the profiles are created in JSON and with the proper tweaking your Google+ posts can be pulled into your website. Read here.

How to Make Google+ Circles better is an informative chart that makes a case for "sub-circles," or circles within circles. While this may be too complex for novice users, the theory makes a case for the sub-circle model creating a cleaner stream without duplicate content. See embedded below:

The Google+Exodus is an app that was built to send Google+ invites out to your Facebook friends.Facebook doesn't let you export your friends, so this tool helps you invite ALL your friends over to Google+.

Google+ Exodus is as simple as tools come and does all the work of inviting your Facebook friends for you. The process checks first your friend list on Facebook and then who has created an @facebook email account (Facebook users who have set a username).

Once this is determined, Google+ Exodus will send all these users an invite to Google+

When you use Exodus, all of your friends with Facebook Email set up (the ones with profile URLs like "facebook.com/username") will get an invite to Google+. It will appear in the "Other" subsection of the Messages page. It won't bother them by showing up in the notifications bar. If more than one of your friends uses Exodus, the messages will appear in the same thread, rather than clogging your inbox.

Google+ Eodus

Google+ Facebook Dilemma is a cartoon from someecards that highlights the issue of blocked Facebook friends on Google+.

Google-, The Anti-Social Network is a satirical video about Google+ that highlights negative feature possibilities. These features include subtracting friends, a thumbs down button AND a dislike button because "the majority of users updates are pretty depressing."

21 Google Circles You Can Actually Use is a post by HappyPlace.com that shows what you might name your circles if you were naming truthfully.

In distant releated news; Google's Data Liberation team added a new feature to Google Takeout: "exporting the pages you've +1'd." The pages are saved to a bookmarks.html file that can be imported by almost any browser. Google now offers three ways to bookmark pages: Google Bookmarks and Chrome Bookmarks for private bookmarking, Google +1 for social bookmarking.

While Google Bookmarks supports labels and Chrome Bookmarks uses folders, Google +1 doesn't have a way to organize your bookmarks. And, Google Bookmarks and +1 have Web interfaces, but you can no longer view your Chrome bookmarks online.