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  • The Hangout is another festival delivering a borderline unbelievable line-up.

    Stephanie Keller: Three Music Festival Getaway Ideas for Spring/Summer

  • A gathering called The Hangout plans to bri ng John Legend, Alison Krauss and two dozen other acts to Gulf Shores, Ala., next week, even as a massive oil spill threatens its beachfront site.

    The Sounds of Summer Festivals

  • Obama's participation in the chat room, known as a "Hangout," is part of an effort by the White House to expand its social media presence.

    The Seattle Times

  • The exchange came as Obama appeared in a live video chat room known as a "Hangout," part of online search giant Google's social networking site Google Plus.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Google announced Monday that Obama will participate in a 45-minute live video chat room known as a "Hangout," part of the online search giant's social networking site Google Plus.

    www.startribune.com

  • But this Google entry, which may be known as something along the lines of "Hangout" or "gConferencing", can apparently support well over a dozen people at a time - and maybe even more.

    TechCrunch

  • The Art of Shopping, and complimentary Kids Club and "Hangout" Teen room.

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  • Stacks Library, released in our Developers 'Hangout's forum.

    Aqua-Soft News

  • When he talks about the "Hangout" feature on Google+, Google's Head of Social Vic Gundotra likes to compare it to sitting on your front porch.

    The Longest Google+ Hangout Ever (And It's Still Going)

  • I had a conversation with Google Plus Hangout engineer Denny Gursky and with Harold Carey Jr. who is part of the longest-running hangout in history, started by Mark Olsen.

    Dan McDermott: Google Plus Week Episode 2 (Video)

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