There are thousands of shared circles being circulated on Google+. Wouldn't it be great if you could read the posts from these circles like a newspaper, as opposed to watching them fly by your stream in real time? Also, wouldn't it be nice if you could test drive a shared circle before adding it? I definitely recommend checking out 's The Daily Plus Listing! Currently the page only has a handful of circles, but it's a really nice way to follow your favorite circles and to find new circles.
Below I have provided four shared circles and links to the associated Daily Plus pages. Please note that the page has to pull in all of the posts, so it may take a second or two for all of the posts to show up.
's Think different: the interaction circle: http://goo.gl/lMhqy
View Daily Plus: http://goo.gl/TKNJD
's Super Science Circle: http://goo.gl/Prnmg
View Daily Plus: http://goo.gl/bJqTt
's Science circle (Pages only): http://goo.gl/6BRLF
View Daily Plus: http://goo.gl/1qZiK
's Science circle (Profiles only): http://goo.gl/xVVD7
View Daily Plus: http://goo.gl/0Fd63
This is a wonderful project and will be a great asset to the Google+ community. Click on the link below to view other shared circles in The Daily Plus Listing, and please contact if you have any suggestions or comments.
Shared Circles and Helpful Google+ Links: http://goo.gl/i604C
I'm a retired corporate communicator with a Fortune 500 defense and technology company. My passion is exploring that dynamic intersection of communications and technology that we call social media.
I've been using computers since the TRS-80 Model 1, online since '79, and one of the first citizen columnists for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's online edition in 1982.
I've been active on the air via ham radio (callsign N5CSU) since I was a kid, and a regular user of ham radio digital modes. I'm a weather hobbyist, and my backyard weather station streams data to Weather Underground.
A native Chicagoan and a die-hard Cubs fan, I moved to Texas long ago, and now split my time between Dallas and Cedar Creek Lake in east Texas.