Okay, these "Google + is dead posts" are still a bit crazy to me. I will go back to my initial premise: Google + is now 3 months old. At three months, Facebook was still only for students from a few Ivy League colleagues and most early adopters of Twitter only had a handful of people that they followed and/or followed them.

Just because Facebook is offering similar features to that of Google+ doesn't mean that Google+ has nothing to offer. Personally I still prefer Google Hangouts to Facebook's video chats (though I love Skype). Facebook's list features still isn't very natural when you still have to "friend" people. (And the subscription feature is still taking some use too.

And every time I come to Google+ I see some amazing commentary and discussion from people around the world in all industries. What's this ghost town everyone is talking about?
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