You’re not really an Instagram user until you’ve taken one of these. (Taken with Instagram at Little Skips)
Sarah Lacy absolutely nails the source of that unsettled feeling I (and many people) had at the news that Google+ would be integrated into Google search results. Arguably the greatest value of Google’s simplistic, purest search engine was that it showed you the web as it is, the same way for everyone. Of course, Google wouldn’t be making the change unless they sensed that the world is asking for hyper-personalization of their internet experience. Do we really want this or should Google submit itself as the Untouched Virgin of Online Search?