I Visited Google+

Posted by on July 15, 2011 in google |

I wrote about Google+ yesterday on my blog thinking that I would have to wait a while to actually get on it. Well as things usually go with me, Google+ let me in as soon as I published that it would not let me in.

The site’s design is very clean. I love the fact that you can put people into circles of, “Family, friends, acquaintances, and following.” Then from those groups, you can chose who you want to see your status updates. I haven’t figured out what the, “following,” circle means yet, but I’m assuming it has something to do with Twitter.

I don’t have a lot of contacts on Google+ yet, but I’m sure that within the next few months, word will spread and people will defect to Google+ from Facebook. If you’d like to be included, and you’re not a spambot, please feel free to email me and I’ll send you an invite.

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