Curtis Pride wrote:It's clear that Google isn't trying to take over Facebook's market. They are different products. Facebook is about who you are. Who is in your network and how they are connected: It's basically pictures, basic personal chats/wall posts - to the point that it's replacing email.
Google+ is more about what you think. It's more about sharing videos, links/thoughts. Kind of like Twitter with a better GUI that doesn't have a 140 character limit and that allows people to make comments directly rather.
Facebook is for my real life family and friends
Google+ is for the people I find common ground on from around the world about politics/religion/sports whatever.
I don't think Google+ is looking replace Facebook's core as being a picture repository, and I think the current focus of Google+ is a far more power value proposition.
Ok, now I'm interested. Anyone got an invite?