Cloud Computing: 10 Google+ Home-Team Members to Include in Your Friend Circles
Vic Gundotra, senior vice president of social for Google. Google+ engineers report to Gundotra, so if there is an update coming from some obscure corner of the + engineering team, Gundotra will reshare it to call it to the attention of his followers.
With 25 million-plus members joining the limited field test in one month, Google+ has fast become a tangled Web of connections both sound and tenuous. A lot of this has to do with the way the Circles construct works. Anyone can follow anyone else, which can lead to a lot of people following a lot of people. What if you don't have time to hunt around for users? Who do you decide to follow on Google+? Obviously, it's wise to build Circles for friends, family and colleagues. But if you really want to get a handle on both what's new with Google+ and with what's being debated and analyzed to death, then there are certain Googlers you must follow on Google+. Here are eWEEK's picks for the Google+ team members to include in your Circles if you want to stay in the know about the latest Google+ developments.