I’ve heard nothing about Google Buzz before reading your post – thanks for sharing this information!
I prefer to use Twitter in my practice rather then Facebook or Google. It provides my website with the majority of traffic.
i love all google applications and what i love about gbuzz is can send across emails, apart from commenting on regular posts. its cool
I usually like google applications, but the google buzz was a huge let down because, people i know have diverse email clients and connect better through twitter and facebook. Also mostly all people i know use gmail as their official id due to its enhanced security purposes. It takes longer to load and hence people opt for a different email client for personal uses like yahoo (excellent messenger to keep in touch)
i love gbuzz is just an application i love to be without getting bored
I think Google Buzz is a terrible idea. Buzz allows users can auto-follow the people you email and chat with the most.The longer we have Buzz and more G-mail users try it, they will move to Google Buzz instead of using Face book and Twitter.
The concept is good, but in GMAIL it doesn’t look good. Maybe they should think more about making it an independent application, or change all Gmail’s interface into something similar to Wave. Maybe they are doing this so people know it, then after being mature they can separate it.
every one has a different thinking..i like the concept of having Gmail and gbuzz together..we dnt have to create a separate account to try out this
Help! I am getting lost in the internet world .
Buzz will come into it’s own light with the advancement of the use of mobiles. Which is where it shines beautifully. Having tried it for a day my Google maps is already dotted with people buzzing that they are trying this for the first time. None of the people I’ve posted comments on are my friends and other people are contributing to my post within seconds.
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