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Google+ and the Slow Boat to Scale

July 6, 2011 No Comments

Google typically isn’t ashamed to put products out into the world before they’ve had a chance to get fully dressed. “Beta” is no dirty word at the Googleplex. So why did the company become so stingy with its Google+ invitations so soon after the service launched last week? Perhaps that’s because in the realm of social networking, Google’s been hurt before. Remember Buzz?

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