How many times a week you usually come home in the evening, telling your gf/wife something like this:
My co-worker told me that his wife had told him that her son had told her that her sister had told him that her classmate had told her that her teacher had told her that the earth is flat?
If this will happen on Twitter every day, wow, amazing. In German, we call a game like that "stille Post" which means something like "quiet mail". It's a game for kids.
First I left Twitter, then LinkedIn, then Facebook. On Google+, you don't have to re-share a post which is already "hot" because everybody can read that post. You don't have to re-share a post of, e.g., +Britney Spears
because all people who circled her can read that post.
I'm on Google+ for about 3 or 4 weeks now, and I've read tons of comments. I love that.
On Google+, a post usually will start a well educated
conversation. In most of that conversations you will find people from all over the world and of all ages.
That's a real
social network. I don't miss Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook.