Tuesday, October 9, 2018
To all those who worry
We have 10 months to find a solution to the demise of Google+.
The Adam's law of slowing moving catastrophes states that even if a problem is big and potentially dangerous, the further off it is, the more likely someone will have solved it by the time it arrives. And ten months is a pretty long time.
Consider me as an example. Ten months ago I had 37 posts and wasn't within the same neighborhood of having a clue of what I was doing.
Now, I have over 139 and dozens of people read my posts where before I was excited if I get 11 views.
And I am by far one of the least original and clever people in this little community/sphere or whatever we are.
So just sit back, relax, and really consider your options. Don't worry about the collapse of Google+, or how people are going to find your blog.
Everything will work out.
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