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  • Pingback:geoffliving (Geoff Livingston)

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    Six things I’d like to see changed in Buzz. [link to post] What would you add?

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  • Pingback:alexdc (Alex de Carvalho)

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    Exactly! RT @geoffliving Six things I’d like to see changed in Buzz. [link to post]

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  • Pingback:shaundakin (Shaun Dakin)

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    Six Things To Change In Buzz | Geoff Livingston’s Blog [link to post]

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  • I would integrate it with Okrut to revitalize Okrut and to give people a more traditional social media experience. This would allow people to chose using it in Gmail (which I love), or using it in Okrut, or both. Also, adding Google Buzz to Okrut would finally make Okrut useful, from my point of view. Oh, and please change the name of Okrut while you’re at it. ;)

  • Pingback:RichBecker (Richard Becker)

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    @ConversationAge Here’s the start of good list. Six Things To Change In Buzz [link to post] by @geoffliving

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  • Geoff,

    How about the ability to bind it to your Google account as opposed to Gmail?

    That would have made more sense. However, it was a blessing in disguise for me as Valeria Maltoni discovered you have to delete your profile to disable Buzz.

    Best,
    Rich

  • Pingback:ZoeticaMedia (Zoetica)

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    From @geoffliving: Six Things To Change In Buzz:
    My professional opinion on Buzz aside, as a user I find it to be… [link to post]

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  • Pingback:benmerrion1 (Ben Merrion)

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    Some great points here: RT @geoffliving New Blog Post: Six Things To Change In Buzz [link to post]

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  • Geoff – how is #3 different from Twitter and Facebook? When I post a comment on Facebook or reply to a tweet on Twitter, all my followers see it. It sounds like I’m missing a key difference in Buzz.

    To me the biggest pain is having Buzz in my Inbox, so yeah – it would be nice if users could opt out of the inbox ping.

  • Pingback:Tinu (Tinu Abayomi-Paul)

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    Six Things To Change In Buzz: [link to post] via @geoffliving

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  • @John: Perhaps I didn’t say it clearly, but Google autosubscribed these people to the second person’s feed. It should be opt in. Also, on Twitter you need to be following both parties for it to show up, and on Facebook you need to click through to the wall to see the comment.

  • Pingback:poopayladeras (Poopay Laderas)

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    Six Things To Change In Buzz [link to post]

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  • Pingback:GeoffLiving (Geoff Livingston)

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    New Blog Post: Six Things To Change In Buzz [link to post]

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  • Pingback:waynesutton (Wayne Sutton)

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    RT @geoffliving: New Blog Post: Six Things To Change In Buzz [link to post]

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  • Pingback:NahumG (Nahum Gershon)

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    RT @alexdc: Exactly! RT @geoffliving Six things I’d like to see changed in Buzz. [link to post]

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  • Pingback:shaundakin (Shaun Dakin)

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    RT @GeoffLiving: Six things I’d like to see changed in Buzz. [link to post] What would you add?

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  • Pingback:treypennington (Trey Pennington)

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    6 Things to Change in Buzz by @geoffliving [link to post]

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  • Pingback:dfriez (Debbie Friez)

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    Six Things To Change In Google Buzz: from @geoffliving [link to post] via @addthis (good suggestions!)

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  • @Geoff – I think it was I was slow on the uptake. Yeah – I didn’t like the opt-out approach they took overall.

  • You can fairly easily change the background color in Buzz if you don’t like the White. It will also change the background in Gmail since they’re hooked together. If you go to Settings (in the upper right) and then click on Themes, there are a huge number to choose from.

    The point I agree with most is that Google should have been working with vendors like Tweetdeck or Seesmic to instantly have desktop app integration available as the product rolled out.

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