Consider the average time of experience the populous has with this thing we call “social”. The mass adoption cycle is really less than three years old and in the same time period advancements in social technology has exploded. As soon as we think we’ve mastered one tool the promise of a better one arises and pulls us into yet another mind trap.
Most of us have tried most every new social tool or platform that has emerged in the marketplace over the last 5 years and attempted to vet through the valuable vs. the useless. In the end what provides increased productivity and utility for us to manage valuable conversations, relationships, information and knowledge is what we are pursuing.
Now comes Google+ and the initial reviews by the early adopters and social elite has been very positive.
As I play around the Google+ I can see potential for not only improved but advanced productivity in gathering, collaborating and producing valuable conversations that lift the few verse the many into new paradigms that reflects new possibilities.
Does Google+ reflect More is Less and Less is More? Has Google been watching the space and subsequently recognizing the flaws and building a better tool which enables users to improve sharing productivity from one place?