You collect home decorating ideas on Pinterest and tweet reactions to the presidential debates in real time. Your Facebook friends know what you are making for dinner. Do you really need one more social network to keep up with? We think you do. Come learn about Google+ and how it differs from these other social sites.
Guy Kawasaki, in his book “What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us,” argues that Facebook is about people, about interacting with those you already know. Google+, on the other hand, is about passions, about connecting with people who share your professional and personal interests to share with, learn from and even collaborate with them. Circles, Google+’s tool for organizing the people you follow and with whom you share, makes it much easier to share the right things with the right people. The Google+ hangouts feature is also a powerful tool for video chatting with your far flung friends and family.
Join us on Tuesday, October 30 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Columbia Public Library for our class Networking With Google+. Register now by calling (573) 443-3161.