A Google software engineer who accidentally broadcast a 4,578-word rant about the company's failings saved his toughest criticism for the Google+ service. A list of features can't make up for a complete lack of vision and a company where "not getting it" is endemic.
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Last week, some top Google executives and engineers shut off access to the list of people they follow. Yesterday, those execs locked things down even further, hiding the list of people who follow them. Here's how they did it.