See Joel…this is why I hesitate to jump too far into social networking! =oD
I don’t find it too bad. I focus most of my time on Twitter and Google+ these days. I have everything else tied together, so it doesn’t take a lot of effort to post across networks.
The first week was fun, but it seems to be slowly starting to shift over more closely to the likes of Twitter and Facebook. I am still very hopeful for ‘hangouts’ thought. Allot of potential there if they implement the correct tools/functions.
I agree, I think Hangouts have some real potential. I keep meaning to schedule and execute a sketching hangout to test the lag and see if I can get the camera pointed at my drawing table to work with it. I’ll be sure to put it up on Twitter when I do.
I know what you mean about the shift. As more and more people join, they bring the noise that we all left behind in Facebook. Even some prominent people I follow and really enjoy have jumped on the animated GIF band wagon. *groan*
One thing I do really like about Google+ is that I don’t have to follow everyone back. It’s a lot like Twitter in that way. I can still see what my followers are saying in the “Incoming” stream if I want.
Ha! Seems Google+ is hard to resist doing a strip about. I just did one this week, too.
Social media and dating overlap so nicely! Also, with webcomics I love taking the opportunity to be topical. It gives me a bit of a break from my regular subject matter too.
I guess we all need our 15 seconds of fame.
More like 5 seconds. Over and over and over and over.