So Google+ is slowly rolling out to the public. If you haven’t gotten access yet, you should very soon. One of my favorite aspects of Google+ is it gives its users the ability to share and publish various types of content without jeopardizing its fundamental design and feature set that sets it apart from its competitors. In other words, it gives its users the ability to express themselves without ruining the experience for everyone else. This is where MySpace and later Facebook ultimately failed.