Is Google+ the Next Big Blogging Platform?

Mike Stenger, Cisco, Aug 26, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

My answer to the question posed in the title is "no". And the four reasons posited in this short post - rich text, editing posts, instant audience, and aceess to search - do nothing to convince me. I have all those on my currentl platform, and for that matter, pretty much any platform. And what I don't have in Google+ is an API to pretty much any non-Google application, no RSS, nothing beyond the Google silo. Yes, it's a very large silo, but it's not the internet, and it's not the future.

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