Google+ cultural codes are the latest addition to the digital culture lexicon.
They are a new type of code that are used to categorize content from different cultural regions and countries, and are designed to help people discover the cultural diversity of other cultures, and to help them better understand other cultures and countries.
There are many different ways to use them.
For example, one popular use of a cultural code is to categorise content from one region or country, and then share the code with other users from that region.
Another popular use is to create a “curation map” of cultural regions, which can then be shared by other users in the same region or countries.
This can be useful for sharing cultural knowledge among friends, family and other similar groups.
For more information about using Google+ culture codes, check out our article on using Google+.
The next version of Google+ will include many more new cultural codes.
There will also be new tools and features for sharing your culture with others.
As with the other new codes, Google+ is a valuable tool for sharing culture, and will provide a much more seamless experience to discover and enjoy other people’s cultures.
If you are looking for more information on Google+, please check out the Culture Codes page on the Google+ website.