We’re not kidding you, for the first time since 1999 Google have done something about the ever declining Blogger platform. We say, it’s about time really, because Blogger was starting to look a little more than neglected when it came to the ever expanding list of Google products.
Facebook finally announced yesterday that they would be making some much needed changes to their privacy settings. In what is no doubt a reflex to G+’s circles, Facebook have really gotten to grips with the issue of privacy when it comes to certain areas. Facebook Product Manager, Kate O’Neill says “We want to make it easier to share with who you want, no matter what it is”. These changes will be rolled out over the next week and will certainly be a bonus in keeping loyal Facebook users happy. So what exactly are these changes and how will they affect you?
Google + Games is currently being rolled out throughout Europe and the likelihood is you already have been upgraded. Take a look at the top of your G+ bar and you will see a new icon right next to the circles tab. This is the games area. If you still can’t see the icon, fear not, it’s on the way. The games module is being rolled out at quite a fast rate, so you should be seeing it within the week.
You may not have heard yet, but there’s a great new analytical tool on the market that looks set to change the dynamics of Twitter yet again… and we love anything we don’t have to pay for with a passion! Enter stage left: ‘twtrland’.