Why Google+ is the place for passions
The single biggest controversy about social media, and one that has persisted for two or three years now without resolution, is whether Google+ is a dying wasteland of non-activity, or a hive of conversation and engagement.
It can't be both. So which is it? And why can't this fundamental question be answered?
I believe I have the key to the puzzle, and I'll attempt to solve it once and for all.
Here what the Twitter people and the Facebook people don't understand about the Google+ people: http://www.computerworld.com/article/2824613/why-google-is-the-place-for-passions.html#googleplus(Pic props: http://goo.gl/K75VYX )