I wonder how this is going to affect Google+ user behaviour. Will this open up the network to make 'spam sharing' easier? Are we going to see a greater disconnect, such that more and more users provide uncommented posts and lower the quality of discussion? Is this going to be the 'feed' method of distributing conversation that a lot of us are afraid of when discussing how a Google+ API allowing twitter posts to be easily passed into Google+ would kill the quality of the network?
… At any rate, I'll probably be adding the type and sort of 'external service shares' to my filter criteria when picking who to follow back.
But for those who want to know how to do it:
/via +Matthew Snell
How to Enable Sharing From Google Reader to Your Google+ Profile
By being able to share directly from Google Reader as opposed to having to open a link, copy and paste the link and then login to Google+ to share it makes things much easier on those who rely on RSS …
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