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|Charles Strebor (Rantz)||14,396||Let's InteractThis circle consists of 23 people that have circled me that I have circled back - or the other way around. Whilst there have been times when I've added large circles to my circles (Science Fiction or Photography, of course), I now go through the profiles and posts of those who have circled me to see if there's anything of interest that we have in common - there's only so much time and I've no reason to crowd my stream with people who have merely added me to their circles from a larger shared circle if there's nought that we have in common.In this group of 23, there is much interest to be found: a few artists and photographers, a heap of nerds and, mostly, myriad lovers of Science Fiction.Whilst I initially joined +Google+ because that's what modern-day nerds do, I at first thought it would be a grand place to meet other photographers/artists who have similar artistic/photogaphic interests as myself: whilst that is somewhat true, my main inspiration for photography is still +Flickr. This place, for me, has become primarily a place to meet and interact with others keen on science and science fiction: ymmv.Investigate what you find here - you might find a few new people for your +Google+ experience.+23||2012-04-25 20:48:44||23||11||0||4||CC G+|
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