Add me to your Google Plus circles

If you are over at Google Plus, you can find me here: http://mjr.mn/MNgoogleplus

I’m not posting as much there as I do on Twitter, but I have been playing around with it to see where it will fit in to the rest of the social media tools I use.

If you’ve tried it out what do you think so far ?

 

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  • ElektroDragon

    Where is Bing Plus?  ;)

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    • Anonymous

      It’s called facebook.

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      • ElektroDragon

        Oh right, because Microsoft owns Facebook.  Yeah, that makes sense now.

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  • Patrick Copeland

    Added ya a while back Maj. I’m liking it, it’s like Facebook was before the info stealing apps and soccer moms took over.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Taylor-Paul/1340285451 Taylor Paul

    I think it is very similar to Facebook, though it is missing some obvious features that I would like. The hangouts is awesome, though it is annoying that they time out after a while.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/ralf.mansson Ralf Månsson

    I like it. Using FB & Twitter share functions so I only have to post on G+ and then choose if it should show on FB and/or Twitter as well.

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  • http://twitter.com/seekul Luke Es

    Got in yesterday and still trying to decide how I’ll use it. Probably more on the business-casual side. I will add you to my Photographers circle, Major.🙂

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  • http://www.toothball.co.uk Toothball

    I’ve avoided Facebook and Twitter over the years as I’ve had little interest in broadcasting everything I do to everyone I’ve ever met an everyone else. I have been trying Google+ though and am liking the ability to direct messages to only those you want to read them. The main hurdle so far has been getting into the habit of using it.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joe-Adanac/100001237455741 Joe Adanac

    I’m surprised an M-soft employee is allowed to post a link to a google site on his blog.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jensra Jens Rosenkjær Andersen

    I think you were one of the first I added – not many of my friends have joined yet… Thx for the re-add btw, you must get A LOT shown there if you add everyone who adds you😉

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  • Anonymous

    still trying to get in have invites stopped?
    if not send one my way markie36@gmail.com

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    • http://www.youtube.com/BibsTV Bib

      invite sent. have fun🙂

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  • Anonymous

    still trying to get in have invites stopped?
    if not send one my way markie36@gmail.com

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  • http://twitter.com/aquatoad Dave Pfister

    I quite like it… facebook w/o all the annoying spam (app posts, ads, etc)  There’s some sorely needed features (collapsing comment threads, anyone?) but it’s Google, I’m sure they’ll figure it out.

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  • http://profiles.google.com/chaos944 Steven Labbé

    Need and invite if anyone has a spare🙂
    chaos944 [at] gmail [dot] com

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  • B.C. Young

    It’s awesome. It’s opened me up to a new audience of people.

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  • Tom Koehler

    I’d like to check it out, but haven’t received my invite yet!  If anyone is feeling generous with their invites please hit me up at tbkoehler@gmail.com.
    Thanks.

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  • http://twitter.com/DiceZero Dice

    I like it because it does not have all of the JUNK associated with Facebook.

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  • Angela Seiverling

    I personally enjoy it. It definitely seems like it is going to be for more of the nerdy techy people, hahaha.

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  • http://twitter.com/DanielRCampbell Daniel Campbell

    Meh. Just another social networking service. the +1 stuff is cool. I think it is kind of like what Digg was but on a more personal and permanent level. Isn’t it really similar to what Bing was doing as well?

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  • http://twitter.com/mfg68 MFG

    I like it very much. It’s super clean and I like being able to filter my people through Circles.

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  • Haneef S.

    I like it more than facebook because it is fully integrated with my gmail account which i use for everything. it visually is more appealing especially the way it groups your contact lists (circles). i have not used it heavily from my android phone but the number one reason i like it more is that it isn’t blocked by my job’s firewall🙂

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  • http://www.fliknotes.com Adam

    Google+ is neat, but still too early to tell. There are issues that need resolution, but need more people to get a good feel.

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  • Steven Parker

    I think its pretty neat. Once its out of its field trial, im sure a lot more use will come out of it.

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  • Will Hughes

    I’m using G+ because it allows me to more carefully target who I send what to. Fairly prolific Twitter user, not so big of a fan of Facebook because of the whole apps thing. G+ seems to handle it nicer, imo. 

    PS: Sent invites to the folks below here asking for invites. 

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  • http://twitter.com/filipemiguel Filipe Miguel

    I’m just hoping facebook (and twitter) take a look at the competition and try to innovate. I don’t really like Google+, it’s pretty much the same thing with a similar (and uglier) look.. people say it’s clean but it looks cluttered to me. Facebook is cool, it’s integration with my WP7 is awesome, I won’t even bother switching (…unless all my friends switch… hope not =P )

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  • http://twitter.com/filipemiguel Filipe Miguel

    I’m just hoping facebook (and twitter) take a look at the competition and try to innovate. I don’t really like Google+, it’s pretty much the same thing with a similar (and uglier) look.. people say it’s clean but it looks cluttered to me. Facebook is cool, it’s integration with my WP7 is awesome, I won’t even bother switching (…unless all my friends switch… hope not =P )

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  • http://twitter.com/Gaalie pitz bull

    Think it is polished and can only improve. Like the circle idea.

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