I could write a whole bunch of stuff about Google Plus, the social networking platform by the search engine giant. But there are articles galore about it, and it’s easier to just give you a couple of links to follow if you want to read about it and how it fares in comparisons. I would include MSN’s new So.cl network adjunct to Facebook, but they are claiming it’s an experiment, copies G+ almost feature by feature, and assigns a lot more latitude to itself in terms of your personal information. I kind of look at it as Microsoft installing a La Brea Tar Pit on Facebook. Meh.
Google+ vs Facebook more Google+ vs Facebook and, okay, here’s a link to So.cl
But I’m not here to sell you on one or the other. My point is that Deludia now has a page on G+ that expands on the theme here by not just linking to the Deludia daily articles, but it also brings in other articles and content about Multiple Myeloma as well. Further, once you have put Deludia into your G+ circles, you can easily comment on what you see and read, and even post material yourself. Of course, that doesn’t mean that it can be used to pitch your own point of view, Deludia is there to cut away the chaff and present the wheat of informational materials about Multiple Myeloma and its treatment. As Joe Friday used to say on Dragnet, Just the Facts, ma’am. Although Veterans Administration issues regarding medical care might appear, alternative medicine, holistic medicine, supplements and personal bios should feel free to have their own pages. In the Deludia tradition, we’re into clear information useful to patients and caregivers, packaged without bias, no pleasant but irrelevant inspiration, or promotional materials. There’s a lot of it out there, and we’re counting on you to help us round it up.