Sunday, 28 August 2011

g+ Twitter Speed Slow


 -  Aug 28, 2011  -  Public
What's it called when you travel in a car at 70mph then suddenly slow to 30 and it feels so slow, you think you can get out and walk faster?

That's happening to me with G+ versus Twitter. Here's one of my twitter accounts about my home town - every time I look at it, I think I cannot go back there. Darn you G+ for being entertaining, fun and kinda exciting.

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Brian Turner  -  Lol, that's because Twitter has so little actual content and G+ just plain rocks for information ;) (yeah, my two cents, and perhaps slightly biased) :P
Aug 28, 2011   
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Mike Downes  -  I have been banging on about how great twitter is and been campaigning to get local politicians, law enforcement and well, everyone on twitter. No sooner have they joined up, I will be asking then to jump ship and start here at G+ .... it too far a big step to make for such no-tech folk.
Aug 28, 2011   
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Brian Turner  -  That's no joke. But hopefully with the right support, they'll slowly get a clue and figure it out ;)
Aug 28, 2011   
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A Stuart Williams  -  I doubt many politicians have the attention span for more than 140 characters...
Aug 28, 2011   
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Aug 29, 2011   
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Christopher Woods  -  Twitter could become the feeder class for G+. Like GP2 and F1. ;-)
Aug 29, 2011   
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Mike Downes  -  +Christopher Woods lol, yes your're right, I did quick spreadshhet last night, seems my @wiKenilworth tweets gone from 45 a day to zero in space of 3 weeks. And +A Stuart Williams you are right, I found one local politician the other day, who had no email address.
Aug 29, 2011    

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