Could these videos be the beginning of the end for Facebook? Well, Google certainly thinks so.
The search giant has been hunting the white whale of social networking for a while. First there was Orkut, which only really caught on in South America. Then there was Google Buzz, which did not really catch on anywhere.
Well, Google is not giving up, and stepped up its attack on Facebook this week with the protracted launch of Google+.
After endless leaks, they finally launched a host of videos (below) explaining exactly what Google+ is all about and why you should ditch your Facebook account immediately and sign up.
Some of the services offered include Circles, in which users divide up which of their friends or 'friends' can see certain content, Hangouts, a multi-person video chat, and Sparks, a customised feed aggregator. For more information, take a look at the videos below.
But should Facebook be worried?
A quick look