We’re not really sure if it’s a verb yet, but if Google’s new +1 feature gains enough traction, it seems likely to enter the vernacular pretty quickly, just as “friending” someone on FaceBook did a couple of years ago.
We’ve jumped on the bandwagon and added +1 buttons at the top and bottom of every page of our website. So to use Google’s marketing language, click the +1 button if, while browsing the LogicNets website, you think to yourself, “this is pretty cool” or “you should check this out.” You can +1 the home page, and/or individual pages on the site – whatever floats your boat.
After you click the +1 button, if you haven’t already done so, you will need to set up a public Google profile. Of course you may be philosophically opposed to the idea, so we completely understand if your involvement with Google’s +1 experiment ends right there.
But we hope that, like us, you find it intriguing enough to sign up, knowing that sometimes it’s easier to find exactly what you’re looking for when someone you know already found it. That’s the idea behind +1, and we’re all about making life easier.