So the quite a few people are saying that nobody cares about Google+, and that it's a ghost town compared to the big boy on the block, Facebook.
Good. Keep saying that as far as I'm concerned.
Quite frankly, I don't want Google+ to be as popular as Facebook. Facebook feels like I'm watching a bad Reality TV show with all the pointless drama and bullshit that comes with it, mixed in with the social networking equivalent of chain letters as my friend share and re-share stupid posts in some idiotic attempt to bring themselves good luck or point out some personal belief I couldn't give a damn about.
Google+ might have a tiny user base, but the quality of the conversations there have been far and away superior than anything I've ever encountered on Facebook. So the longer it's able to maintain that quality the better I say.
It's certainly not perfect -- Google should be doing more to move the social networking space forward, not trying to chase Facebook, for one thing -- but I'll take it for now.