To new followers – welcome!

By | February 2, 2012
I suspect there are a few circle shares going on, but I'd assume +Billy Wilson is responsible for the most part of the big spike yesterday. It'll take me a while to sort out this spike!

I don't normally share circles, because I feel that circle shares are very impersonal – when recommending someone, there should be a reason for why, and a bit of background helping the receiver of the circle to sort out where to put each person (favorite topics? How much noise to expect? Etc.) This circle, or set of circles, is a bit of an exception: it demonstrates what makes Google+ different from other social networks – the content quality and discussion quality that users here generate. At least, the character that G+ has taken on up to now; hopefully that doesn't change.

I'll also apologize in advance for my lack of interaction in the last few days and the next few days – I'm physically not so fit at the moment and getting to an electronic device is rather difficult now as a result. (Yes, there is a world beyond Google+!)

Warning: adding this circle will pollute your timeline with noise. Don't say you weren't warned!

Reshared post from +Billy Wilson

Interactive People on G+: Part Two

The other day I asked people who they thought was the most interactive person they have found on G+ and since then I have gotten around 1,000 responses and more than 1,000 people have been suggested. Since people from many different communities responded I ended up with a sampling of people from across a lot of the G+ world. There was interest in having a circle created of the people nominated in my threads and this is the second circle I have produced. There are still more nominations to go through and this is a testament to the community here on G+! Once I'm done working through more nominations I will have another circle ready to share. You can still nominate people on this thread or on this one:


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