Google Buzz roundup (2)

Posted by on February 13th, 2010
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most of the Buzz stuff in my account is postings for the sake of posting, just trying Buzz. I guess after this initial phase, there will be more productive conversations there. It still looks geeky, not colorful enough to attract many of students for instance. Let’s wait a while…

Gmail Buzz: Mixing Real Life And Your Preferred Discussion Group In All the Wrong Ways?

from Google Blogoscoped by Philipp Lenssen

Some Of Your Privacy Concerns With Gmail Buzz

from Google Blogoscoped by Philipp Lenssen

Google Buzz: We Might Be On To Something

from Daily Blog Tips by Daniel Scocco

Everyone and their dogs is talking about Google Buzz huh? So yeah I felt like jumping on the bandwagon too?.

Jokes aside, I believe Google Buzz might actually become something. It is tough to say who will end up using it, how they are going to use it and so on, but Google managed to accomplish at least one thing: to make the tool accessible and easy to use, thanks to the integration with Gmail.

Twitter Users React to Google Buzz [STATS]

from Mashable! by Adam Ostrow

Google: Buzz Is Staying in Gmail

from Mashable! by Jennifer Van Grove

Buzz-is-the-new-FriendFeed

from a thaumaturgical compendium by Alex Halavais

5 Reasons Why Gmail Buzz Privacy Isn’t All That Bad

from Google Blogoscoped by Philipp Lenssen

Is This Why Google Created Buzz?

from CenterNetworks by Allen Stern

What journalists should know about Google’s Buzz

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Maria Conde

google buzz.jpgIn a move to step up its social feature repertoire, Google Inc., released its new social media product, Buzz, this week. This new networking tool that mixes some of the programs Google has created over the years and could prove very useful for journalists, according to Poynter Online.

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