Daniel Ewald, landscape architect MNLA

Social Circles

Just yesterday I was invited to Google+ by one of my inner circle friends – a term more appropriate than ever – and in that context I wanted to share a few thoughts on it, and at the same time what I’m feeling about other popular social media platforms today.

I’m what you would call the average social media user, perhaps even above average. I have a profile on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, deviantArt (until just recently), YouTube and Flickr, a few WordPress blogs, and I use them all fairly regularly. I probably qualify as “knowledgeable” in a social media context. Not an expert by any means, but I know my way around.

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