Here’s An Interesting Application of Google+

Via Inside Google Books

Say you’ve found a hidden gem on auto mechanics for your greasemonkey friends or want to hop down memory lane with Peter Rabbit and your family. Good news for monkeys and rabbits alike: you can now share info about any of the millions of books in our Google Books index worldwide with your circles on Google+.

Let’s say you are reading Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and you’d like your friends to read it with you (or you have a witty comment to let loose). Simply click on the Google+ Share box on the About the Book page or in a Google Books preview, enter your message, then select which circles you’d like to share details about the book with, and click “share”.

There’s a little more along with screenshots included. This has implications for biblical and theological studies, obviously. I think I’ll try it out.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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1 Response to Here’s An Interesting Application of Google+

  1. Craig Benno says:

    I’m slowly warming up to Google+ and not 100% sure that I really want to go down the track of it… but it is looking like it could be a better or equal alternative to facebook without the distractions of facebook.


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