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    • Gino! So so true. I never stopped to think about it that way but it was a meritocracy and that did give a chance for female voices to grow and thrive. Yay for ladies! And yeah, there's no where else where that feels as true online to me, yet.

    • "One thing I noticed looking back at the names was just how influential the female voice was to the Google+ experience. At least for me it felt like a real meritocracy and the women had a strong and important voice that I think is still missing online in general these days.
      There wasnt a lot of conflict or ugliness. It really felt pure and organically healthy and I think the strong female presence helped to inform those good vibes in a very real way."

      I agree Gino! I had never seen so many strong, postiive female voices in one room before.

      "At the time it felt like G+ meant something. It was going to be something important. It felt like we had gathered at Haight and Ashbury in the 60's and good things, real things were going to spring out of it somehow."