April 22, 2012

This week has been an interesting one on Google+, that's for sure. With the death of Dick Clark (RIP) and the growing debates about Internet freedom, my Streams have been flooded with a lot of fascinating conversations. The plus side (pun intended) of this is that with all of these new comment threads, I've been able to add lots of new folks to my Circle Sunday watch-Circle. I still think great comments are the best vetting tool for adds, but I'm happy to do some of the work for you. ;)

Here are this week's Circle Sunday recommendations:


+Sean P. O. MacCath-Moran is one of the few folks I've found on the entire Internet (much less on Google+) who posts about vegan living without being polarizing. I'm not giving up meat any time soon, personally, but I'm always interested in the tidbits provided by Sean in his Stream. He also posts interesting content about technology and occasionally, even science fiction. Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/Ii8cD6

It's been a while since I recommended a photographer, but +AJ Schroetlin's work is absolutely worth adding to your Circles if you like beautiful nature photography. He participates in #wildlifewednesday and #shadowsonsunday , among other Google+ Photography activities, and his photos never disappoint. Check out his Sunday photo here: http://bit.ly/I7knA4

+Jim Byrom works for Delta Airlines' IT department and is a great addition to my Science & Tech Circle. I'm sure he will be for yours, too. His re-shares are almost always posted with thoughtful commentary, which is something I respect highly -- for an example, see his latest post here about why you'd want a physicist at your funeral: http://bit.ly/HUr35p


That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.

Happy Plussing, everyone!
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