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Bud Gibson has been at 1 events

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Google+ Developers114,205+Yaniv Yaakubovich +Lee Denison and +Chris Cartland will explain Cross-Platform Single Sign-On (SSO) between Android and the Web. Learn to create a seamless sign-in experience for your users across devices.Google+ Developers Live: Cross-Platform Single Sign-On2013-06-04 23:30:00119G+

Bud Gibson has been shared in 49 public circles

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John Nuntiatio38,202#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #bestcircle #news #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport #small #smallcircle #photography #health2014-06-15 06:01:32319369CC G+
Thomas Hawk7,121,413Updated - 2,500 Kick Ass G+ Photographers Da -HoA-Da:  http://goo.gl/4gh66cDa-Ho:  http://goo.gl/E6u9IrHo-Mi:  http://goo.gl/eVU9dwMi-Sh:  http://goo.gl/Peo77RSh-Z: http://goo.gl/FVhz462014-04-26 19:39:57500211471CC G+
Ajaydev Vijayakumar1,604Some really interesting people are included in this circle, most of them will add you back.To make sure you are in the next circle,Do include yourself,share and comment; #awesomecircles #circle #photography2014-01-16 12:28:44479001CC G+
Johnny Huntington0#webdesign #sharedcircles #webdevelopment  Here is a great shared circle of Professional Web Designers.2013-11-04 13:45:45501003CC G+
Georges Pauly14,521Thomas HawkShared publicly  -  30 Aug 2013 2500 Kick Ass Google+ Photographers (part 2 of 5)This is the fifth time I've shared my photographer's circle on Google+.  I'm going to share it in 5 posts.  Yesterday I shared last name A-Da.  This one , part 2 of 5, today, represents Da-Ho.  I'll share the remaining three next week.  I originally shared my photographers circle at 500, 1,000, 1,500 and 2,000 photographers.  I'll probably share it again eventually when it gets to 3,000.A few notes about this circle.The criteria that I look for (and don't always get right) in this circle is that the photographer produce interesting and engaging photography.  I also look for people who are active in the community, post mostly their own work, and post regularly.  I'm looking more for people who post their own work and less of the noise stuff (gifs, links, non-photography, promotions, etc.).  I also like people who are positive, friendly, nice, helpful, etc. and dislike people who are mean, snarky, jerks, disrespectful, etc.I have a pretty well known bias against signatures and watermarks.  You will see very few photographers in my circles who use them.  I really hate the watermark debate and would rather not have it with folks.  I just don't like them -- it's my circle that I have to look at.  There are likely a few folks in here who use them who are friends of mine, but for the most part, this is a pretty watermark free circle.  It's totally cool if you love your watermark, it's just not something I really want to look at.  Please don't hate me for my aesthetic preference.  Finally, the photography community on Google+ is probably the best one on the internet today.  There is no way that I can possibly include all of the fine photographers worth following on G+.  There are wayyyyy too many.  These are just 2,500 that I personally have noticed.  I'm sure I left out some really amazing ones -- like you if you are not in this circle :)  I'll probably also totally kick myself when I realize that I accidentally left out a really obvious good one who may even be a friend of mine -- again, maybe even like you.  :)Stay tuned for parts 3, 4 and 5 and thanks again to all of the great photographers on G+ who make this place such a delight to hang out.Part 1-5:  http://goo.gl/17ujpn*Note, Google Circles are terribly wonky.  It wouldn't let me add some photographers in my circle into these circles because of domain errors.  If this affected you, sorry about that.2013-09-01 19:56:06482204CC G+
Thomas Hawk6,111,0232500 Kick Ass Google+ Photographers (part 2 of 5)This is the fifth time I've shared my photographer's circle on Google+.  I'm going to share it in 5 posts.  Yesterday I shared last name A-Da.  This one , part 2 of 5, today, represents Da-Ho.  I'll share the remaining three next week.  I originally shared my photographers circle at 500, 1,000, 1,500 and 2,000 photographers.  I'll probably share it again eventually when it gets to 3,000.A few notes about this circle.The criteria that I look for (and don't always get right) in this circle is that the photographer produce interesting and engaging photography.  I also look for people who are active in the community, post mostly their own work, and post regularly.  I'm looking more for people who post their own work and less of the noise stuff (gifs, links, non-photography, promotions, etc.).  I also like people who are positive, friendly, nice, helpful, etc. and dislike people who are mean, snarky, jerks, disrespectful, etc.I have a pretty well known bias against signatures and watermarks.  You will see very few photographers in my circles who use them.  I really hate the watermark debate and would rather not have it with folks.  I just don't like them -- it's my circle that I have to look at.  There are likely a few folks in here who use them who are friends of mine, but for the most part, this is a pretty watermark free circle.  It's totally cool if you love your watermark, it's just not something I really want to look at.  Please don't hate me for my aesthetic preference.  Finally, the photography community on Google+ is probably the best one on the internet today.  There is no way that I can possibly include all of the fine photographers worth following on G+.  There are wayyyyy too many.  These are just 2,500 that I personally have noticed.  I'm sure I left out some really amazing ones -- like you if you are not in this circle :)  I'll probably also totally kick myself when I realize that I accidentally left out a really obvious good one who may even be a friend of mine -- again, maybe even like you.  :)Stay tuned for parts 3, 4 and 5 and thanks again to all of the great photographers on G+ who make this place such a delight to hang out.Part 1-5:  http://goo.gl/17ujpn*Note, Google Circles are terribly wonky.  It wouldn't let me add some photographers in my circle into these circles because of domain errors.  If this affected you, sorry about that.2013-08-30 13:49:174826527124CC G+
Matthew Shuey6,232Meet Web Developers on Google+This circle contains the top Web Developers, Web Designers, SEOs and Google+ Experts on Google Plus.If anyone would like to be added to this circle please do the following.1. Make sure your profile description mentions that you are either a Web Developer, Web Designer, App Developer, SEO, SMM, or Google Plus Expert.2. Share This Circle Publicly3. Leave a comment confirming your shareHave fun meeting your colleagues.! #webdesign #webdevelopment #seo #googleplus #sharedcircles #sharedcircleoftheday #circleshare #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleday  2013-06-12 15:17:0129912213CC G+
Matthew Shuey1,587Meet Web Designers & Web DevelopersMeet web designers and web developers on Google+ with this shared circleHelp me build this circle. Here's how.1. If you are a web developer or web designer make sure your profile mentions that.2. Share this circle publicly3. Leave a comment to confirm your share2013-03-25 23:12:29289229CC G+
Matthew Shuey1,499Shared Public Circle Of Web Designers & Developers Updated 3-21-13This is a hand picked circle of Web Developers and Web Designers that share valuable information about our industry.To be added to this circle or related circles please do the following. If you would like to be removed from this circle or moved to another circle, message me.1. Share this circle publicly2. Leave a comment3. Make sure your profile description says something about yourself e.g. work, interests, hobby's etc.If you are not a web designer or developer feel free to share this post and comment here. I will add you to the appropriate circles. #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleoftheday #meetnewpeople #googleplus  2013-03-21 17:52:34287144CC G+
BTP Editor's Choice (Best Top Photographer's page)620We are very proud to be able already to share the circle with the first 500 who were so smart to follow the best photo page on G+Want to join? Just add +BTP Editor's Choice sit back, relax and enjoy, BTP only the best!2013-03-18 12:58:18500366245CC G+
Matthew Shuey880Shared Circle Of Web Developers and Website Design CompaniesTo be added to this circle do the following.1.Plus this post2.Share this circle publicly3.Leave a comment confirming your share3.You must be a web developer or web designer to be added2013-03-08 23:53:08148137CC G+
Christina Trapolino54,573#CircleSunday  November 18, 2012It's been several months since I last shared this Circle with you guys, but I'm really glad to be starting it up again.  I have been taking your suggestions into consideration, but this week I'm sharing three people with you who have been on my radar for some time:---+Isabelle Fortin is someone I found through a neat hashtag event called #MovieMashupTuesday .  The idea...well, you can find it by clicking on the hashtag.  Some of the images they come up with make me laugh out loud... IRL.  ;)  Isabelle's stream is also just plain interesting -- she is a self-confessed foodie (and so am I), and one of the few people whose Instagram posts don't annoy me.  I'm certain she'll add some quirky fun to your streams.I've been following +Ralph Roberts for quite some time -- he worked with NASA on the Apollo program (*dreamy sigh*), so you can take posts with titles such as "Does chocolate make you clever?" very seriously in his stream.  Furthermore, ever since I got an iPad, I've found Ralph's posts to consistently liven up my feeds with beautiful images.  If you're from Austin and you know who John Aielli is, you might understand why I freakin' love Ralph Roberts.Last but not least is +Chris Hoeller, who has been in my Circles for a very long time.  His posts are sometimes a lot like reading a Twitter feed -- short and funny -- but he also makes incredibly thought-provoking posts about technology and social media.  I suspect that if you enjoy my posts on the subject of communication, you'll like Chris a lot.---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-11-19 03:11:2212014227CC G+
Michael B.1,582This circle was just shared to me by +Christina Trapolino .Thank you for sharing :-)2012-07-30 15:01:50118203CC G+
Christina Trapolino48,549July 15, 2012 #CircleSunday  It has been storming for almost a whole week in Austin!  Those of us who remember the wicked drought from last year (I wasn't a resident then, but a visitor several times) are grateful beyond words for the lower temperatures and the higher water levels in the lakes.  I am especially grateful for the storms because I can actually get more than 4 hours of sleep when it's raining.Stormy Sundays are probably the best thing ever (apart from brunch), and I've spent most of today browsing G+ and adding new folks to my 'potential Circle Sunday' list.  Here are the pleeps I've chosen for this week:---+Lil Peck has a slight obsession with horses.  I don't share that obsession (although I do like horses, and spent many summers as a little girl learning to ride them), but Lil Peck's Stream is just so dang interesting that I read it obsessively, anyway.  My favorite content of hers is tech-related -- especially when it's Google+ related.  Her latest post is an example of this (it's about how to make sure your Stream is drama-free): http://bit.ly/NvrXZV+Rachelle Doorley is an arts educator.  She also publishes something called Tinkerlab, which is actually pretty fascinating even if you're not a DIYer.  Speaking of DIY, my favorite part of Rachelle's profile is her suggestion of which Circles to add her to.  She lists DIY twice!  Whether it's intentional or not, I got a chuckle out of it because that's actually a fair analysis of her content: it's a lot of DIY/crafts stuff.  That said, I keep her in my "awesome A-list" Circle because her posts are fresh and unique.  Check out her latest post here: http://bit.ly/NJMquE+Jonathan Abbey is a testament to the power of the Nearby Stream.  By that, I mean that I found him through the first version of the mobile app for G+ -- he was posting from near my location, and I added him on a whim.  Several months later, and he's still on my read list!  He posts a lot of political stuff (fair warning if you like Romney -- Johnathan's Stream is unforgiving), but he's not preachy.  Talk about a rare find.  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/NqjhFk---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-07-16 01:21:3911718125CC G+
Christina Trapolino47,824July 1, 2012 #CircleSunday In a few days, it'll be my one year anniversary on Google+, but the platform itself celebrated its birthday this past week.  As a result, lots of people posted fantastic stories about their time here (check the #MyFirstPost  hashtag to peruse the Stream of posts), and I made a lot of new friends.  All three of my Circle Sunday recommendations below are a direct result of that.  I hope they bring something fresh to your Streams, as they have mine.  :)---+Mark Bruce is a regular #ScienceSunday  contributor who came to me via a shared Circle this past week.  If you're looking to beef up your science Circles, you can file Mark under awesome.  He hails from Adelaide in South Australia, which is where I went to some university a few years back.  It's a great, albeit quiet little town full of smart folks like Mark, IIRC.  Extra cool points awarded due to his self-proclaimed enthusiasm for transhumanism.  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/LJ9YLLI have never recommended a Page in my Circle Sundays, but that's changing this week.  I stumbled across a Googler's new yoga page -- +Quantum Yoga -- during my Stream surfing this week and fell in love.  I want to get into yoga, but I've had some trouble making time for it.  +Brandon Seils' Page is helping me to increase my interest in the practice by highlighting its geeky side.  Maybe my next step will be to find a good yoga Hangout!  Check out the Page's latest post here: http://bit.ly/MNqKNf+Ivan Yudhi is more proof that commenting thoughtfully will get you noticed and Circled by people with common interests.  I found Ivan while hopping around several I/O conversations.  He posts a lot about sports as well as different smartphones and their creators (and other tech, in general).  His profile indicates he's into photography, and while I don't see a lot of his photos in his Stream, I'm hoping he'll take some pictures soon and share them!  Check out Ivan's latest post here: http://bit.ly/LYLBek---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-07-02 03:50:5211318530CC G+
Jari Huomo7,914Christina Trapolino Circle Sunday CircleHere is an excellent selection of Google+ users manually selected by lovely +Christina Trapolino (https://plus.google.com/102615863344410467759/about)If you do not want to add all at once, you can see all the people in this circle here: http://www.googleplussuomi.com/christinatrapolino/ with links to their best posts & photo posts. 2012-06-21 10:26:491118219CC G+
Christina Trapolino47,287June 17, 2012 #CircleSunday Hello again, Google+!This month has been tremendous for me -- as I continue to search for cultural clues that prove my hypothesis that society is evolving its use of social media, I've learned a great deal about the relationship between brands and bloggers (or, as I like to call them, citizen journalists).  More on this later in the week, when I share my takeaways from the Blog Her Food '12 conference in Seattle.For today, I'm very pleased to share these fine folks with y'all for Circle Sunday!---First up is +John Maguire, who is a clinical researcher at the University of Kansas. John livens up my Stream with fantastic posts about all sorts of topics (seriously, they range from sports to outer space), but my favorite thing about him comes from his profile: "Being green is [sic] doesn't have to reflect one's political status, rather learning how [to] better our way of living and sustaining a better place to live for future generations." Hear, hear! Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/MzMHzrI have well over 500 photographers in my Circles, and they are all super talented.  They certainly remind me that my Instagram account is strictly amateur.  Many of them have enormous followings, but some have been less exposed than others.  Case in point?  +Rainer Steinke is a street photographer whose taste and style are, in my opinion, spectacular. This is my favorite of his recent posts: http://bit.ly/MXbUkM+Kyle Sullivan is an exobiology major (bonus nerd points) whose posts are endlessly interesting.  I like Kyle's Stream so much because he mixes NASA information with a quirky sense of humor (he initially caught my attention when I saw some re-shares of his #AwayTeamPorn posts -- y'all know how I feel about Star Trek).  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/M5sdws---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-06-17 22:53:4711120424CC G+
Prashanth Akunuri1,883sharing my "web developers" circle. could be useful for some. This includes the "web developer circle" shared by +Amanda Blain thank you.2012-06-09 01:30:52323002CC G+
Thomas Hawk2,473,6682,000 Kick Ass Photographers on Google+Part 2 of 4 (Ev-La)Part 1 of 4 (A-Ev) here:  http://goo.gl/Z333gThis is the fourth time since joining G+ almost a year ago that I'm sharing my photographers circle.  I shared it with 500 photographers, 1,000 photographers, 1,500 photographers and now 2,000 photographers.  I have to break my circle up into four 500 photographer circles as that is the G+ limit.  Each day this week (Mon.- Thurs.) I'll share a different circle.  Today is the second circle and includes photographers with the last name's Ev-La. A few notes about these circles.  I always get hated on when I share them by people.  Inevitably if I include 2,000 people, I will leave 50,000 people out.  This is not intentional or personal.  This circle is not "the best" photographers on G+ or in the world.  It doesn't mean if you are not in my circle that you are not a "quality" photographer.  This list is simply photographers that I've stumbled across for whatever reason over the past year and have chosen to follow their work.  In some cases I've gotten to know the photographers in this circle personally -- through photowalks and trips, hangouts, in real life, etc.  Many of these people are or have become my friends.  Most of the photographers in my circle though I don't even know.  They are just people whose work I admire and want to consume -- I hope many are future friends.  :)I use some objective criteria with this circle but I use a lot of subjective criteria too.  This is, afterall, my own personal circle that I look at and +1 from every single day.  My aesthetic taste and personal preferences may be very, very different than yours.  This is ok.  Art is subjective.  That said, here a breakdown of my own preferences and biases that influence who I add into my circle.1.  I like people who are active on G+.  If you haven't posted one of your photos in the last month you probably are not in this circle.  I use a script to uncircle inactive people regularly.2.  I like photographers who mostly post their own photographs.  I dislike clutter and "dumb stuff" in my photographers circle.  Excessive reshares, circle shares, memes, gifs, youtube videos, posts not about photography, web links, etc. make me uncircle or move people to a different circle.  I also like photographers who regulate how much of their photography they post to their stream.  I don't want to see 50 shots in a row of someone's vacation.  I think about 5 photos max a day feels about right to me.3.  *Controversial* I dislike signatures and watermarks.  You will find photographers in my circle that use them.  It's just a bias, not a hard and fast rule.  I mostly want this stream to be as watermark/signature free as possible.  I totally understand and respect your reasons and decision for using watermarks/signatures.  I hope you equally respect my decision to not want to consume photos mared up with them.  Please don't turn this into a discussion about watermarks/sigs, I've spent the last 10 years thinking heavily about this issue.  It's just a personal preference and bias.4.  I like people who are active, positive, helpful, enthusiastic G+ community members.  I dislike people who are rude, mean, complainers, trolls, harrasers, etc.  If you say mean things to people, about people, about their art or their work I don't want to follow you.  I'm fine with debate and disagreement.  It should just be done respectfully -- there's a huge difference between respectful disagreement and rude behavior.  Not only will you not be in this circle if you are rude, I'll probably block you too.  I want to surround myself with positive uplifting people. 5.  I like people who directly post their work here on 2012-06-05 16:20:03500152107307CC G+
Christina Trapolino46,899June 3, 2012 #CircleSunday  Hello again, Google+!  I've been a very busy girl for the past couple of weeks, but I've still been surfing my Streams and looking out for great people to feature for Circle Sunday.  Today, I'd like to share the latest three additions to my #CircleSunday  Circle:---+David Garcia has been in my Circles for a long time, and I've been meaning to feature him for much of that time.  His posts are uplifting and his message is something we can all relate to from time to time.  David has a blog called, "Keep it up, David!" and it's about his battle with losing weight.  He's doing a great job, which is nice to see, but what makes his approach really special is that he doesn't focus on weight all the time.  Rather, he chooses to highlight great things to eat for their taste and nutritional value, which makes his content engaging for anyone -- trying to lose weight or not.  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/LrbDGU+Gunther Cox only has about 1,100 followers and I have no idea why he doesn't have way more than that, so I'm hoping this feature will help spread his content to a larger audience.  Gunther posts about what is probably the coolest thing ever -- robots.  He makes them and posts about them!  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/Le1mBLI'd like to let +Jonathan Chalker's profile speak for itself (boy, I love when people really take the time to fill that sucker out): "I am a proud first generation G+ user. In G+ I write articles about science, technology, music, design (web and product), philosophy, media, and customer service in the digital world. I also follow quite a few people, read most of their posts, and actively comment (yay, me)."  He really is an interesting guy to follow! Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/KZtWV6---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-06-04 00:43:5110912025CC G+
Harika Sezgin2,987Hi G+ :) Today I want to share my fantastic photographers circle with you. Have a nice one :)2012-05-31 19:16:59492307CC G+
bish s10,331500 people from my photography circle for +Stephanie Fecik. My circle has more people but the sharing feature limits me to only 500 of them!2012-05-29 19:48:23500503CC G+
Marko Shiva Pavlovic (4N7IS3C)5,291This is my #LinuxArmy circle this is more a community circle I mean here in this circle are ppl from very different businesses and different life roles not only a IT technology oriented ppl but beautiful fact is that all of them use or it was using #Linux As my earlier post: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111716948575577959969/posts/MkVq8shasA1follow them all if you want a lot of posts about #linux and IT technology2012-05-29 09:37:56501007CC G+
John Hauxwell5,357The circle I check first on G+ loginInteractive, friendly and help to keep me sane - thanks folks :)2012-05-04 20:00:2416723312CC G+
Christina Trapolino44,279April 8, 2012 #CircleSunday First of all, happy Easter (or Zombie Jesus Day, depending on your preference), everybody! Yesterday was my birthday, so I drove to Dallas to see some friends and am currently in recovery mode after having a large amount of celebratory champagne (shhh, please pass the Advil). Regardless, I'm happy to share three of my newest Circle Sunday recommendations with you all!---+Bud Gibson is a business professor who specializes in technology and online marketing. His Stream, however, is mostly filled with rather pretty photographs and interesting notes about social platforms. Check out one of his latest photographs here: http://bit.ly/Hq1v3J.+Melissa Bryan is a self-labeled "geeky gamer girl," and as a former gamer myself, I find her Stream to often feel like a kindred's. She's got a great sense of humor and her posts will add a nice dash of comedy to your Stream. Check out her latest, Easter-themed post here: http://bit.ly/Hq3iWt (it makes me giggle).I've been paying more attention to my Photography Circles lately, and +Jacob Dix has been posting some of the more unique photos I've seen in the past couple of weeks. He often posts photos with a #MobileOnly tag, which is not something I was previously familiar with. The effects, however, are really more interesting than I would have thought (obviously, I know nothing about photography!). Here is my favorite recent photo of his: http://bit.ly/IcQPRU.---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-04-08 23:13:209134120CC G+
Error 404 (Nicht1,516Okay- Here is my latest and greatest Circle of Incredible Photographers from around G+.Here are a few shout outs: +Stuart Williams who should be in everyone's photography circles!+April Joy Peterson-Gutel whose work is brilliant and deserves to be well known!+Serge Ivanov Who likes to take photos at night (I'll leave the topics to Serge)!+Mikko Lagerstedt A self-taught photographer from Finland with amazing stuff!And +Lucy Shires who tackles one of my favorite subjects: urban abstract!Please let me know if I missed you in my circle and I will make sure to add you to it! Please share this circle, follow these great people, and enjoy! Thanks!2012-04-05 17:42:01271805CC G+
Manfred Berndtgen11,133#SacredSunday says Thank You◊◊◊ We would like to encourage all contributors to practice the "Golden Rule" - we all love pluses and comments; please plus and comment on the images of others. ◊◊◊ ───────────────────────────────────────           Sacred Sunday               ──────      "Thank you" circle for 25 March      ─────────────────────────────────────── • Firstly, we wold like to thank everyone. • Some folks seem to have caught spring fever week. :-))• There were over 130 images this week • +Bill Wood will be leaving the team. We are sad to see him leave but we understand his reasons. We wish him all the best and want to thank him for all the hard work he put it to the theme and the wonderful images he contributed. • We realize that naming all of the curators can get to be a bit much so we ask you to name at least one of us and the page. Certainly, we all like to receive the notice so we hope you'll mention us all but we'll understand if you don't.Hopefully the circle includes everyone that contributed to Sacred Sunday this week, but experience says we missed some. Everyone is important to the success of the theme and we apologize if we missed you. +Charles Lupica, +Manfred Berndtgen, +Robyn Morrison, +Margaret Tompkins and +SacredSunday would like to thank you for joining us this week. See you next week.*If we missed you we're sorry. *Note: we want to be up front. Many of the people in this circle received a "notification" that we added them to our circles. This is a temporary circle and we can't keep everyone in the long term. We will keep people that have circled us as long as we can but, we may need to drop some of the people that added us.#circleShare #sharedcircles2012-03-28 09:17:23362221416CC G+
Sir John Hardy17,427There have been a few circles shared about lately. None, however, is as good as this one. Each person in this circle has been crash tested in a laboratory, simmered in a social incubator and boiled in the crucible of interaction. All have come up with a pH reading of 4 or higher.2012-03-11 14:36:3337538720CC G+
Error 404 (Nicht217Here is a great group of photographers on G+! Thanks to all of you for sharing your art with the rest of us! It is very appreciated!If you or someone you know should be in this circle, please let me know! There is room for more!Fee free to share this circle! Have fun!2012-02-16 17:11:39248944CC G+
Thomas Hawk846,3871,500 Kick Ass Photographers on Google+ (A-G, Part 1 of 3)1,500 Kick Ass Photographers on Google+ (A-G, Part 1 of 3) http://goo.gl/WGdFw1,500 Kick Ass Photographers on Google+ (G-O, Part 2 of 3) http://goo.gl/1yiS61,500 Kick Ass Photographers on Google+ (P-Z, Part 3 of 3) http://goo.gl/6nLZEI've shared my photographers circle on Google+ two times now. Once when it got to 500 and then again when it got to 1,000. Today my circle hit 1,500 so I'm sharing them again.I have to break them up into 500 person circles because this is the limit on Google+. Also Google limits the number of people you can add to circles per day so I'm going to publish my kick ass photographers circle over 3 days. Today I'm publishing A-G. Tomorrow I'll publish G-O. Friday I'll publish P-Z. By last name.In addition to the kick ass photographers in these circles I've also added three other accounts. Our new photography hangout show which will be on live tonight at 8PM PST +Photo Talk Plus as well as our show's sponsors +Drobo and +SmugMug as a way of saying thanks to them.A few notes about these circles. not to be long-winded, but…Every time I've shared my circles I've gotten haters from it. People who are upset that they are not in them. I absolutely detest that. It makes me not even want to share them because of that. These circles are not meant to be the definitive list of what photographers you should be following on Google+. These circles are simply who I have chosen to follow for photography on Google+ for my own personal consumption. I want to share them because I think YOU may also benefit from having these rich, talented, kick ass photographers in your streams.This is the circle that I browse every single day looking for great stuff to +1 and comment on Google+ and as such it reflects my own personal biases. For example. I hate looking at watermarks. This is a personal preference thing. If you use them, more power to you. It's absolutely your right. But as a consumer of photography I find them ugly and distracting and so I tend not to follow people who use them. This is not a big deal. This is not a personal attack against you if you watermark. This isn't even a universal rule of mine. I do have a few friends who use them that I still follow. But by and large, what you get with my circles is a watermark/signature free circle. I also prefer people who are active on Google+ both in terms of posting and in terms of contributing to the community. If the last photo you posted was in November, I probably won't have you in this list.If you were in my photographers circle before but removed, it could be for a lot of these sorts of reasons. Watermarks/sigs, not posting enough, posting too much non photography stuff that I'm not interested in, or all kinds of other things. Who knows. But it's most definitely not personal. (Unless I'm blocking you and then maybe it is personal).Also if you are not in these circles it may simply be because we don't know each other yet. In time perhaps we will become great friends (hopefully). Or you may not be in these circles just 2012-01-18 23:20:26500193111261CC G+
Jalaj Jha2,026Here is my selection of 244 Photographers in this shared circle. What makes this circle different is that these photographers are the ones who allow you to download their shared photos. Respect their copyrights and the trust they put in us by allowing download, and watch this circle grow... (stats: they are around 31.8% of all photographers categorized so far, 172 photographers are still pending, so expect the circle to grow)2012-01-01 02:33:11244004CC G+
Thomas Hawk277,019So the last few days I've been redoing my circles with the goal of resharing my Kick Ass Photographers Circle when it hit 1,000 photographers. Today it hit 1,000 for the first time and so I thought I'd share them. Because a circle can only have 500 people in it, I've broken this circle up into 2 circles by last name, A-K http://goo.gl/7HVMN and L-Z http://goo.gl/EO0O2.The people in these circles are some of the highest quality photographers on G+ today. Many of them are also my personal friends and people that I've known in some cases for years. Some of them are people that I don't know at all, but I just really admire their work. Anytime one attempts to share a list like this, there is inevitably a bit of negative backlash. It would be impossible to put every great photographer on Google+ on this list. Please keep in mind that if we are friends and I missed you on this list, it is not personal. Staying on top of tons of contacts isn't easy and I'm only human.If you were on this list before and are not now, also please do not take offense. I spent a great deal of time scrubbing this list this time around and was much more strict with the criteria for inclusion. I basically was looking for high quality active G+ photographers who post mostly their own work, who post without watermarks or signatures, and who interact in the community. Not everyone in this list meets this criteria, but 98% of you do.Also, if you're not on this list it may be that I simply don't know you. We haven't met in real life. We haven't interacted online. You may be an amazing photographer but our paths just have not had a good chance to cross in a meaningful way yet. Here's to meeting many more of you kick ass photographers in the future.This is the list that I browse most often on G+. It's where I go to find my daily dose of great photography. I'm sharing it because I think that you too might like some of the photography that is being published by these photographers. Thank you to every photographer not just on this list, but on G+ as a whole for making our daily lives a little more interesting and beautiful with the great images that you generously share.Thomas Hawk shared a circle with you.2011-10-26 20:13:44500187146165CC G+
Jeff Rushton176World Photographers #5Jeff Rushton shared a circle with you.2011-10-23 01:01:311891422CC G+
Aaron Stanley0Occupy Wall Street CircleAaron Stanley shared a circle with you.2011-10-21 00:29:19493111CC G+
Bill Seward897Bill Seward shared a circle with you.2011-10-18 16:26:08500502CC G+
Marshall McLuhan0Only 500 people can be shared at one time!Occupy Toronto shared a circle with you.2011-10-18 04:00:24497311CC G+
Lynne Flynn0+Sylvia Lee 2nd 99% Circle.Lynne Flynn shared a circle with you.2011-10-18 03:30:36376213CC G+
Marshall McLuhan0There is a 500 add limit when sharing...so limit your circle size to make it easier to add others.Occupy Toronto shared a circle with you.2011-10-16 18:03:24500503CC G+
Lynne Flynn099% Circle - 763 so why can't I share them all, Googley Moogley? Spread the word!Lynne Flynn shared a circle with you.2011-10-16 15:00:275001336CC G+
Kyle Gottfried6So the "Occu Py" profile has been deleted, so here is my Occupy Wall Street circle so we can stay in touch.Kyle Gottfried shared a circle with you.2011-10-13 01:23:05198301CC G+
Kyle Gottfried6My Occupy Wall Street circle.Check my earlier posts to view my earlier version of this circle that included only the most outspoken people I found on Google+Kyle Gottfried shared a circle with you.2011-10-12 17:32:59195110CC G+
Daniele Vega17My Occupy list. 99%ers.Daniele Vega shared a circle with you.2011-10-09 07:55:26187325CC G+
Lord Parker999Here is a Circle of Teachers that I have been harvesting recently.... growing slowly but sure to spreadLord Miles Parker shared a circle with you.2011-10-08 13:06:2577748CC G+
John Francis0This is a circle of 99%ers that I have put together. They are sharing #Occupy posts and or Occupying and I am very appreciative to allJohn Francis shared a circle with you.2011-10-04 01:31:25141314CC G+
Laurence O'Bryan0A circle of people interested in historical mysteries. Please add to and share back.Laurence O'Bryan shared a circle with you.2011-10-02 11:25:311691256CC G+
Paul Yager (Vertick)90Awesome Photographers!Paul Yager shared a circle with you.2011-09-30 02:05:44248555CC G+
Leo Laporte146,965As promised on TWiT Photo - my photography circle. Thanks to all the great photographers and photo fans who suggested these folks! http://twit.tv/photoLeo Laporte shared a circle with you.2011-09-27 21:05:13217112128177CC G+
Thomas Hawk141,162Let's try this again. Earlier this morning I shared my Kick Ass Photographers list. The list only included 250 of the 400+ people on this list and so I felt bad when people that were in this circle were left out. Circles were borked for me for part of this morning, but I think I have them working again and so I split this list into 2 organized by your first name. So if your first name starts with A-K, you'll be in this list. If your first name starts with L-Z you'll be in the other list.NOTE: I'm very unorganized and I just KNOW I've left some really good people off these circles and I'm sorry in advance. Especially if we're friends and know each other, please know it wasn't intentional, I'm just unorganized sometimes. Thanks!Thomas Hawk shared a circle with you.2011-09-27 20:42:5624910457119CC G+
Sir John Hardy6,712Testing out Google+'s new shared circle feature.As you probably know I've been collecting names of people interested in web development. Now at last I can share that circle with you.John Hardy shared a circle with you.2011-09-26 23:03:3913537218CC G+

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2014-06-15 15:08:53 (23 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)

Me, post bike accident. Full recovery expected, but no exercise for four weeks.

Most reshares: 8

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2014-07-16 23:43:39 (0 comments, 8 reshares, 7 +1s)

This is a pretty good resource for learning basic git. Basically, you can plow through it in an evening and get down a basic workflow with standard git that just works. More detailed questions are easily researched in Stack Overflow.

Most plusones: 13

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2014-05-16 17:16:23 (0 comments, 6 reshares, 13 +1s)

Latest 50 posts

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2014-07-23 14:27:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

Lol wow

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2014-07-23 12:02:18 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)

Our life together on the inland sea.

2014-07-23 01:53:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

I would be ok with chrome notifications on os x if they could be managed through notifications center.

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2014-07-22 13:55:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)

from last week

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2014-07-20 14:27:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)

Beach combers

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2014-07-19 16:16:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)

Infinity's shore

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2014-07-16 23:43:39 (0 comments, 8 reshares, 7 +1s)

This is a pretty good resource for learning basic git. Basically, you can plow through it in an evening and get down a basic workflow with standard git that just works. More detailed questions are easily researched in Stack Overflow.

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2014-07-09 14:50:52 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)

It makes sense that people would stick with older versions OS X. Upgrades often don't bring that much and introduce compatibility issues.

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2014-07-06 17:29:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

You are such a character

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2014-06-22 17:35:15 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

From Nothing to Something
         I had a suggestion about a blog post of which I will oblige.  Now I will clue you guys in on something that may or may not be surprising to you depending on how well you know me.  First off I'm 31 years old not 24 not 25 not even 29 but 31.  Second...

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2014-06-22 17:23:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Adwords Certify
I just passed Google Adword of "Advertising Fundamentals" and "Advanced Display" exam. It took forever! I studied for about two weeks, and both exams took me about 3 hours to complete. My n ext goal is AdWords Advanced Search and Video Advertising. It shoul...

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2014-06-15 15:08:53 (23 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)

Me, post bike accident. Full recovery expected, but no exercise for four weeks.

2014-06-12 15:43:06 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Boy the feedly outage is kind of a drag.

2014-06-04 14:17:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

I'm ok with chrome integrating in with Notifications Center on the Mac, but I don't like that hard to remove Google Now notifications icon in my menu bar.

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2014-05-19 16:23:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Now that we have a bunch of blogs, have an RSS feed to read them all!  Here's one (for Mac OSX) that's super simple and intuitive called Vienna.  You can open each post as a tabbed full web pages inside the app itself, and even share articles using built-in social buttons.

I'll be watching for your blog posts!

http://www.vienna-rss.org

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2014-05-16 17:16:23 (0 comments, 6 reshares, 13 +1s)

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2014-05-12 17:46:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Now that I’m using my blog more frequently, I am paying attention to Wordpress again.  On on April 16th, apparently a major update occurred for version 3.9, “Smith”.  The clear message from the announcement and following tutorials is “Closing the Gap Between Editing & Publishing.”

The basic updates are:
• drag-and-drop content: images and video, and de-formatting text (e.g. from Word)
• preview media as WYSIWYG instead of old placeholder icon
• live widget previews: useful for adding and testing the many widgets on the open-source platform

After having used Wordpress for over two years, these new features make blogging with Wordpress much more inviting.

2014-05-12 17:45:10 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I'm using Ghost blogging platform for my personal blog.  Ghost uses node.js and uses an unconventional web server called Nginx (engine-x), instead of the bloated with unused features Apache web server.  Its very fast and pre-loads all pages so every click is instant.  I managed to install Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics, Google+ comments and Google Webmaster Tools on my Ghost blog.

Check Ghost out at https://ghost.org

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2014-05-12 17:43:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

While two years old, I don't think the statistics and stories of this new digital age will really sink in until we are far into the 21st century.  Worth watching for the affirmation.

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2014-05-12 17:42:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Interested in taking the leap into PPC advertising? Check out this case study that compares one companies experience while using three popular PPC platforms (Facebook, Google, Linkedin).

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2014-05-07 14:32:37 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)

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2014-05-07 11:44:54 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)

Google unveils 'Classroom' -- a new tool for teachers

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2014-05-07 11:27:22 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)

Google unveils 'Classroom' -- a new tool for teachers

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2014-05-06 04:46:33 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Why I think Google+ will last. +James Paval

2014-05-03 23:57:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I'm not to this level, but the Vic Gundotra era was not kind to power users of google products.

2014-05-03 20:20:22 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

I know this is google+ heresy, but I would not mind in the least having different apps for photos, communities, and the newsfeed.

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2014-05-02 21:42:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)

This is astonishing. Emma Stone is beyond talented.

2014-05-02 21:32:55 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

A thought provoking tweet from +Scott Monty. I was a huge fan of twitter for a couple of years, but then it kind of fell to third tier status. I only use it every so often now. I think it's just too hard to have a conversation on Twitter or follow the things you care about.

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2014-05-02 18:41:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I have to say I agree that the battery life of the air is not worth sacrificing 

2014-05-01 19:45:37 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Well, the moto x has hit rock bottom prices. It needed better merchandising. I don't know that google really has a sense of retail.

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2014-04-27 13:30:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I often think Fred Wilson a blowhard, but he makes a good point about size of market here. The real question though is attractiveness if the segments.

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2014-04-25 17:57:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Actually, from what I understand, almost sole individual responsibility for major products and features is the norm at Apple.

2014-04-25 13:51:11 (8 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Communities are the underrated feature of Google+. I hope they survive the upcoming purge.

2014-04-25 13:48:48 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I can remember when optimization was the mainstay of operations research, now it's predictive modeling.

2014-04-22 15:00:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)

It can really pay to go back and review the basics.

2014-04-22 02:32:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Note to self: never perform serous data analysis on a laptop class machine.

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2014-04-21 01:14:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

This might crazy (to me it did), but only 40% of the global web traffic comes from humans. 31% come from "good bots", and the rest come from malicious bots.

2014-04-20 15:25:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

I used to believe in the sort of notion of using the best tool for the job. More and more, I'm starting to believe in "adapt your tool" to do the job. Sometimes, of course, the tool just won't adapt. The problem is always one of getting bogged down in complexity en route to the answer.

2014-04-19 22:47:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

I have had great success with the R community on Google+. I've now joined the Google+ developers community.

2014-04-19 13:51:57 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)

My question for the new Godzilla movie: Can anything possibly top the Kraken? Anything other creature pales in comparison. Plus, it's all getting just a little overdone.

2014-04-19 12:43:39 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

So, my latest project is to develop a Google+ auto grader in R. This should be fun. I think the advantage something like R has over say Python is that R is purpose built for analysis. That said, Python has an overall richer ecosystem, so R's advantage is slight but still real.

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2014-04-18 14:17:33 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

As I continue to pursue this MOOC, one of the clear issues is context for exploratory analysis. You have to be in touch with the domain to know what matters and what doesn't. All analytical models build on that foundation.

2014-04-17 12:32:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I'm testing out the time lag on the Google+ API.

2014-04-16 12:55:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

I don't care what people say about the cloud, the two barriers to analytical accessibility are:
1. Can I run it on my laptop?
2. Can I run it in my browser?
The minute setup transgresses those boundaries, you've lost 99% of your potential audience.

2014-04-13 19:56:08 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)

So, careful targeting of a post to a google+ community specifically on that topic has led to one of my highest blog interaction rates ever.

2014-04-12 03:27:25 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

Despite it's early promise, I generally find articles on Medium dissatisfying. There's no meat, and the rhetoric is over blown.

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2014-04-11 18:20:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

The short answer is no, you shouldn't pay for MOOC-based certifications in R, but there are some things, that if they changed, could make me say yes.

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2014-04-09 13:22:45 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

Interested in learning data science (and specifically the R programming language)? I quickly review two MOOCs from prestigious universities and point out what I think is hole not currently fulfilled by any MOOC.

2014-04-06 14:17:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

One of the key things in any data analysis problem is that the real issue is not the analytic machinery you bring to bear but your understanding of the ins and outs of the problem and how it might relate to that machinery. This means that complex data analysis problems need to have a high dollar amount attached to make it worth your while.

2014-04-05 22:47:00 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

I'm coming to the conclusion that MOOCs are an incredible continuing ed tool for the motivated.

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