Google+ is changing

You might like this news or you might not.

Apparently, the social interaction of the program didn't progress as they had hoped, so the proverbial 'they' are dividing google+ into two sections called 'photos' and 'streams'.

You can read it for yourself here and here.

Personally, I didn't like google+ demanding that I join in the first place.

I don't have that many 'conversations' on FB--and that would be with people I actually know, so I can't see bothering strangers in the middle of the night just to chat.

It will be interesting to see what it will evolve into.


Linda Kay said...

Hmmmm. Interesting.

Anita Johnson said...

I haven't liked Google + at all...and the circles thing drives me crazy. I'm connected enough, I don't feel like I need their help. Interesting to see what these new changes bring! This comment makes me sound old. I guess I am ! Ha!

Anonymous said...

Now I'm really glad I moved to wordpress - even though it's more work:)

Elizabeth Edwards said...

one time i did link it to my blog & it messed up things really really bad ... then i somehow i fixed and took it off my blog ... but i still have google+ but i am not sure why it still work or when it does or doesn't ....because i still have my blogger account ... it is weird??! ( :

it all makes my brain hurt. if you figure out more ... please pass on. thanks!!

Unknown said...

I totally agree. I don't chat on fb so I certainly won't "chat" with strangers. If something works why do they change it? You have a lovely site.

Mari said...

I also didn't like that google+ demanded membership. We'll see what they've got to offer now. But honestly, I am just fine with blogger, that's all.

Heidi R. said...

Hello pity that there are on your side, no translator?
Many Easter Greetings!
LG Heidi with Susi

Bill said...

I enjoyed stopping by both of your blogs! Love the picture at the top of this one! And thanks for stopping by mine.

diane b said...

Thats interesting. I have an account but don't use that much. Will be interesting to see how it turns out.