The social network endgame scenario will occur when everyone is on everyone else’s follow list. At that point, we might as well re-embrace privacy. (Remember that?)
Which begs the question: Why do people follow someone else on Google+ when they already follow them on Facebook and Twitter?
Simple. It’s human nature to crave acceptance and seek validation. Online social currency is a form of that. Either that, or it’s another means of cyber-stalking a person where ever they go.
My guess is that it’s a little bit of both. What say ye?