A little something I just whipped up. So do you agree? You might also enjoy my recent related posts: The 15 Faces of Facebook & What to Sell Them and Facebook IPO & the Dark, Dirty Secrets of Facebook vs. Google Data. Posted bySteve Faktor March 6, 2012 Tags:facebook, g+, google, google plus, linkedin, social network, social networking, social networking soup, twitter, venn, venn diagram 0 2 Share: Related Articles The Economics of Happiness Now Everyone Can ‘Go Postal!’: Technology Drives Radical Reinvention of Post Office The 10 Types of Twitterers and How to Tame Their Tweets How Office Dwellers Can Become Doers (Harvard Business Review) IdeaFaktory Podcast Episode 2: Brawling over The Great App Shakeout Is Brainstorming Pointless? 2 Comments petergmcdermott March 10, 2012 Log in to reply. So where does Google+ fit into this? Author Steve Faktor March 10, 2012 Log in to reply. Peter, I think G+ is a far less personal network about ideas, not people. Around the time I started using it more actively I wrote my thoughts about it here: https://plus.google.com/101420285783101939251/posts/4j8ksod4XnW Here’s my copy/paste from there: Why I’m starting to love Google Plus: 1) It’s about ideas, not people. Not that I’m not a people person, but I get stimulation from discussing big issues and big ideas. G+ has successfully attracted many other like-minded people…and yes, many Geeks, but I like that. 2) It’s built for dialogue – with no secret filtering, like Facebook deciding who sees what without you knowing. Followership is based on quality of content and commenting is encouraged. 3) Most content is public, which is what ideas should be 4) It’s what Twitter can never be – deep. 5) I am so happy to see you have great, healthy, happy kids, but I’ve seen soooo many baby photos on FB!! Make it stop! G+ is adults only (and not in a dirty way). There are others, but for now, you’ll find me here. Leave a reply Click here to cancel the replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.