Sometimes it happens, that you get more followers a day, than usual. If this ever happened to you, you may wonder, if you have been included in a shared circle by someone famous on Google+. But how can you find out?
Try this form and insert your 21-digit Google+ Id into the search field and we lookup which circles you are in. This only works, if we have the shared circle already in our database.
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Joshua Brian Fitzgerald 2011-10-29 16:44:24Everybody's doin it. Here is my Mathematician circle! Enjoy.
Joshua Brian Fitzgerald shared a circle with you.
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Vincent Knight 2011-10-29 07:06:28and
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Paul Hurtado 2011-10-28 15:07:58Would you like to see more mathematics in your G+ feed? Here's my current Mathematics circle.
I'd love to increase the diversity of this circle (I use the term diversity broadly here: gender, race, culture, mathematical specialty, etc.) so please share your suggestions in the comments!
Note: I'm ...
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Paul Hurtado 2011-10-03 17:25:42Here are 35 mathematicians & scientists on google+ who provide public posts on mathematics. Know someone with great public math posts who isn't in the circle? Please mention them in the comments and I'll consider adding them to the circle. Know someone with great mathematics posts that should be public, but aren't? ...
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