MySpace has gone by the wayside. Twitter & Facebook are household names by now. But determined to not let those two have all the fun, Google has announced Google+. Simply put, it's a social network. With group video chat, an easy way to designate who sees what, and of course, integration with the Google Apps you already use (we hear the Gmail extension is really nice,) the big G is looking to steal some of that momentum away from Facebook.
Remember Buzz, Google's Twitter ripoff? How about Wave, the interactive group messaging program? Both were failed attempts by Google to capture attention of users, who (unfortunately for Google,) were not ready to try something new. So, what's going to make Google+ any different?