Guys please click on the link below and vote for my project(if you find it worthy).
It is on educating village children in countries like India, China. Much appreciated.
One thing I didn't like though is that G+ users are more and more interested in sharing rather than creating
Some, obviously, are creating content but the rest of us ? We're just sharing and sharing. It was not the same when G+ started. I'm not really sure whether this is a good thing or bad thing. I mean these shares have helped a lot in knowing different things that I might have missed, but aren't we losing something ? We forget that we aren't really creating anything.
Its much harder to write a thing or two on a specific topic than clicking on share button!
It'd be nice to see more of the original content than re-shares, filling up the stream.
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