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Google searching including content from google+

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http://gizmodo.com/5874969/google-changed-the-way-its-search-engine-works-today

Google dubbed this metamorphosis, "Search, Plus Your World." It integrates Google+ content directly into search results in three ways. First, it now provides "Personal Results" which include media—photos, blog posts, etc—that have been privately shared with you as well as your own stuff. Any images you've set to share using Picasa will also be displayed. Second, Google Search will now auto-complete queries to people in your circles and will display people who might also be interested in what you're searching for in the search results. Finally, it simplifies the process of finding other Google+ profiles for people or specific interest groups based on your query. So if you search for, say, NASA, it will display Google+ profile pages for NASA and space-related Google+ interest groups in addition to the normal results.

If you have a google+ account now you can have all your google social media searched.. as well as have your google+ account searched by everyone else! Double check your privacy settings! :o


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Oh really? I had no clue ... X'D


I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do.

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