I'm no one. I'm a middle aged, empty nest syndrome mother. I have fibromyalgia, so I'm home now. I'm not famous. I don't "hang" with famous people. At least not before +Google+
. And even the "famous" people I have in my circles, and vice versa, probably wouldn't consider themselves that for the most part.
I got in during beta testing when you had to get invited. I currently have 1,713 people that have circled me, and I have circled 2,769. I have learned all kinds of things about science, technology, video game design, art, photography, politics, gaming, and even fibromyalgia. The list could go on.
Facebook is where my family and friends are at, and I keep my account there for them. But +Google+
is what I like to think of as where the cool kids hangout. Even the not so cool ones, like me. And we all feel welcome, and share ideas, and get into debates and discussions, and even have these things called "hangouts", which I just recently had my first introduction to due to shyness. There's no drama like you find on other social network sites.+Google+
has become my informal college, my grad school, the place I learn just about anything I might ever have a question about. I even learn about things unknown to me previously, or things I had never even thought about.
Which I think is very fitting. After all, it's by +Google