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July 03 2011


Mac pioneer Andy Hertzfeld and the thinking baked into Google+ (Plus) Circles

CNET :: Thirty years ago, Andy Hertzfeld was a young computer engineer working at Apple Computer on the first Macintosh under the leadership of Steve Jobs. As Jobs had repeatedly promised the small team, their creation would change the world, and he was right.

Today, Hertzfeld's passion for technology and his experiences at Apple have been baked into Google+. Hertzfeld's role on Google+ was primarily building Circles. CNET interviewed Hertzfeld by phone to ask more about the ambitions of Google+, the thinking that went into Circles, his next projects at Google, and some broader industry trends.

Continue to read Scott Ard, news.cnet.com

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