+Guy Kawasaki No difference, as far as I can tell. I was actually surprised the other day when I found out that you can share with individuals, not just circles (when someone shared a comment with just me). Edit: Actually, one difference: When you share with a 'Me' circle, it's easy to find those posts later.
Nothing non-rational about it. G+ is a phenomenal platform -- clean UI, seamless SEO, deep, substantive exchanges with smart, interesting people in an ad-free environment. I think it's irrational NOT to love G+!
Protect what's precious to you! I worry about G+ becoming too popular. I was never taken by FB, I found it messy and loaded with banality, I like my friends but I don't need that much info. I love Google+, its clean, seamless, interesting and I have to say with "Nearby" I've never felt so connected with this city, I feel like I know what's going on everywhere in town. I've gotta say I'm so scared of the riff raff discovering G+ that I keep quiet about it. Imagine G+ streams full of Public "Just got home" check-ins and other inane posts. I even tell my kids its just for adults (they're excluded from the riff raff comment by the way).
seeing that g+ give an advantage to businesses to give all opportunities for the company and keep the interest for costumers to buy their product/program. and its also for social reasons too. by also making money by the games and advertisement. for games they make friend buy money for his or her friends get that fake money so that g+ gets good money.
I agree totally about Facebook +Shintaro Tominaga I lost my interest when it became quite blatantly clear our opinions as users were of no consequence...hence my odd user name to make the crossover for friends easier to find me!
+Simon Salt That's because they are last-movers. Senior staffers at Major agencies. It's new. It's incredibly valuable just for the SEO/findability. Very much like early Twitter days. I don't know how many times I heard " I signed up - now what do I do?" Those very same people are now tweeting like it's 2012 (in a Mayan Apocalytpic kinda context).
+Brian Pawson Yes. They have a PR problem plain and simple. And they have to get over the Discourage/Disrupt/Displace syndrome people have about moving to another social media platform/network. The thought is about as enjoyable as being boiled in oil, or buried alive or worse ... an IRS audit.