Yesterday, Motorola (A Google Company) released their much-hyped Moto-X handset. And boy, does it look amazing. However, there is no UK or European release date yet set – proving that the manufacturing paradigm is seriously flawed. And, in the coming age of 3d printing, outdated as well.
What’s worse than finding a maggot in your apple? Finding half a maggot. If you were one of the millions of people flocking to Pintrest, Google+, Unthink, Facebook Timeline, Path and so on while they were still in Beta, you’ve probably already swallowed the other half.
While donating an answer to Quora, I was floored by a single thought. There are fast paced social networks, and slow paced social networks. Why did I never appreciate this fact in those terms before?
The Google+ naysayers are coming out of the woodwork thick and fast, proclaiming the death of the network before it’s really got any traction. However, I’m deeply confused and need something explaining to me.
If you’re not in the mood for a debate, look away now. I’m heartily sick of the complaints levelled against Google’s real names policy on Google+. And here’s why.
Currently, you can’t register your company or brand on the Google+ platform. While this has created outcry with some marketers, I think there’s a genuine, untapped opportunity here.