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The Life of an Early Adopter

Early Adopter

flickr image from ijokhio

Those who have been reading this blog for a bit know that I was an early adopter to the Google+ social network. I received my invite within the first few days the network was up, and I have been active since having been excited by the layout, features and conversations that I have found there. Continue reading

Hanging with my mom in G+

Hanging Out with my Mom

Hanging Out with my Mom (and pets)

From my first days in Google+, I saw a lot to like. I felt that the system was very intuitive, and loved the style of communication on this network. True, it’s likely due to the mix of people in my circles so far, but the additional length allowed in comments seems to be encouraging more thoughtful conversations than I’ve seen on the other social networks.

Where I saw the most potential though was in the circles, and how it feels like I may be able to create a setup that balances my desire to keep in touch with family and friends while maintaining a clean environment for professional networking. To test out this setup though, I had to do what so many commentators consider the unthinkable – I sent my mom a Google+ invite. Continue reading