Initial thoughts on Google+

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  1. Surely the ability to segregate your contacts (G+ ‘circles’) should eliminate most privacy concerns. For the first time in social media history your privacy and visibility is at your hands and not the platform providers. I do agree about the lack of a killer app, although Google’s Android platform will conjure up a killer app soon enough.

  2. The only thing I like google+ is it is connected with gmail,
    But felt nothing big changes between twitter, facebook, even weibo.(Chinese)
    Another problem is only some of my friends who works or has family works in google, they like it.
    Very few people use it and update status now.