Ult_Sm86 wrote:I agree with a lot of the separation of what you surf and how it shows up in your Google, but there's two awesome points I have for that.
1) You're really the only one viewing your sparks, so it's the same as surfing anyways. Plus it strengthens Google's ability to suggest different groups/circles to you. As the popularity rises, I'm sure Marvel or DC will get a Google+ account of their own, and it would be cool to be in that "circle". Y'feel special, y'know?
2) It's the same as stumbleupon. You don't have to "record it" as a site you visited, the option is just there.
Also, don't feel as if I'm trying to shove this on you, it's just this discussion is really great and it gives me opportunities to flesh out some of the details of Google+. By no means am I saying "ABANDON YOUR FACEBOOKS YE SCALLYWAGS!" 'cause I know that for a lot of people, their entire social-networking-life is on that site.
Mine is now, which is why I'm taking a month to transition over to Google+.
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