Are You Google Buzzed OUT Yet?

Ok so the tech world is a Buzz.. no pun intended about this new communication service by Google. Google Buzz was release with very little fan fair and a lot of quirky bugs. No one really new what to expect from the announcement and many were puzzled at first with what they saw. Was this new service going to replace Google Wave? Or was it something that was going to challenge the social media behemoths of the world like Twitter and Facebook. Answer.. A little of both.

Google Buzz has made most of us wonder why it was not released instead of Google Wave oh so many months ago. By the way have any of you actually used your Google Wave accounts since being able to use the service? I used my account all of 3 times. It was way to advanced and complicated for me. I especially didn’t like the feature of having people see exactly what I was typing in real time.

Buzz is inside gmail which is a good and not so good thing.  Unlike Twitter, Facebook and even linkedIn you don’t have a Google buzz web address. You can get to someones buzz account through your Google profile address. Mine is

At first getting someones Buzz stream was a complete chore because of all the threaded replies and comments. They have since fixed that and most of the other privacy issue problems.

I for one am almost Buzzed out. The thrill is gone and I really don’t care to buzz anymore.  I currently have just over 56 followers who are really not that buzzed as well. I click on the buzz link in my gmail every once in a while but I am not really getting anything more than I am getting from the other social networking services.

So what’s your take on Buzz?


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  • IamChrisLang

    Two things come to mind fast here….

    First Google Wave and Google Buzz are totally different mediums. Don't compare the two, we were wrong for thinking Gwave would be a social platform like FB. But it is still to be released to real users this summer. We shall see when Gwave comes to Google Apps business users.

    I believe marketing Gwave to social site users was a big mistake. Social site users are fickle bandwagon jumpers that expect to click a button, spam millions and make millions more. Just look at your Facebook inbox or how many are using spam robots on Twitter now to validate that.

    But if you want to get the real lowdown on Google Buzz, checkout my 40 page report I just released today.

    Love to know what you think! – Chris