My main frustration with Twitter, Facebook and now Google+ is that my feeds/streams become clogged with irrelevant (to me) twaddle. I had hoped with the potential of Google+ to easily pigeonhole people into multiple circles that some more thoughtful sharing of messages might occur.
Google+ allows us to share but it also gives us the ability to share judiciously and easily. I am concerned that as Google+ grows its potential for real collaboration will suffer because people are not thinking before they post.
Whether we are writing fiction, a blog post, a science report or a news article one of the first things we must do before putting pen to paper is to identify and think about our audience. If we apply that to our use of Google+ we will have a powerful tool.
Now it's time to turn my attention to my Mum :-))