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Dieter Bohn speaks to Bradley Horowitz, VP of PM for Google+. Much of the article talks about the “long game” of service. In particular, an emphasis on creating a community for professional photographers to user the service as a social platform for their photos. Ironically, Horowitz worked for Yahoo! during the days of the Flickr acquisition, which many argue had the buddings of the first photo social network. Too bad it wasn’t.

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