Yesterday afternoon I came upon an invite to Schemer.com, a recommendation engine owned by Google that got a little press within the last few weeks. The idea is that, with help from friends, you can discover things to do — big or small stuff — track what you want to do, what you’ve done, etc.
I have no intention to review the site at all (okay, in one sentence: It seems kinda pointless.), but this was pretty funny to me:
As soon as I accepted the invite and signed up for an account, Schemer sent me to its home page and this was the first recommendation I saw.
How perfect is that??!! Google’s scheme is obviously to get everyone to switch to Google+ from Facebook, Twitter and any other social networking site we use.