Discussing :: Google+



What does everyone think? Is anyone going to make the switch?



i dont even know what the difference is??



I have but it doesn't seem like many of my friends have yet so it's kind of boring. I can't even work out how it's better when it's only me and about 10 of my friends, most of whom aren't actually using it. I think it will take off, but it's hard being there are the beginning. With Facebook it was already throughout Universities, and other countries, before I joined up. At this stage I don't really see the point.



It's hard to imagine it not taking off with the google brand behind it. I guess I'll wait a little while and see what others think of it.



yer but maybe its one of those... dont fix whats not broken things... i <3 google.. use it everyday.. and dont have any problems with the current version... why doies it need to change??



Google+ is a new social networking site.


did not know that... thought it was a new version of google



k so maybe its a diff version of facebook that i dont need =P



Quite possibly. I like the sound of some of it but it's a bit hard to know without giving it a go.



yer and its prob one of those things that arnt good unless lots of friends have joined... guess well have to wait and see if it takes off!!


Just Me

At the moment, it hasn't got me enthused about it - I'm still very much a Facebook fan - but then again, I only have 3 friends who are on Google+ so its not very exciting yet!


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