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Has anyone been using this yet? I made an account today. It's pretty cool with some minor downsides such as the weirdness of it, but I figure I'll get used to it.

I think it has the potential to replace Facebook.
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Haven't got this cool baby, lol... Still hang on Facebook with friends. I'll take a look at it as several friends already have the Google+
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i don't trust Facebook

i trust Google :)
it's a great Replacement For Facebook
i hope it kills Facebook

Like facebook Killed myspace :unsure:
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It's Google, so the interface is clean and fast, as you'd expect. Currently there are no ads, but that is sure to change.

There are a couple of major benefits over Facebook. Circles make it much easier to decide who you're going to share with, and it's simple to use (drag-and-drop). Although it would be nice to be able to exclude specific circles, instead of always choosing who to include. Another nice this about Google Plus is there is no "friending" and "unfriending". You simply add or remove people from your circles.

I was never a big Facebook user. I see myself possibly using Google Plus more often. A Facebook killer? It will take time, but maybe.
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Google Plus: Is privacy an issue?


Many web users do not recognize the importance of privacy and security, a problem destined to become much worse before it gets better


Continue reading at ZDNet

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