By John D. Sutter
Two social networks — Facebook and the new Google+ — began offering live video chat features recently. We compare the vastly different approaches these companies take — and talk about whether anyone even wants to video chat on Facebook anyway.
Also in this week’s podcast, the Tech gang analyzes Barack Obama’s first-ever “Twitter Town Hall,” in which the president took questions not from a galley of reporters but from you — the people of the Internet. We peek inside Twitter’s process for choosing which questions to ask the president.
Our reader Comments of the Week come from a story on the “Dora Generation” — i.e., kids under the age of 13 — taking over Facebook. Some of you aren’t super pleased to see these kiddies infiltrating that social network.
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