Google co-founder Sergey Brin has revealed that his involvement in Google+ was probably ill-advised.
Everybody's least favourite social network is currently on its knees, following the departure of Vic Gundotra, one of the central figures behind the platform.
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Now Brin has thrown in his two cents, admitting that himself and social networks are simply a terrible fit, according to the Verge.
"It was probably a mistake for me to be working on anything tangentially related to social to begin with," he said, adding that he's "not a very social person."
However, he says that he did use Google+ for sharing snaps of his family.
Somewhat bizarrely, Brin also conceded that he is "kind of a weirdo."
Towards the end of last summer, Brin was heavily involved in a scandal that rocked Google, and caused Hugo Barra to quit his job as vice president of product management for Android.
According to reports that emerged at the time, a former love interest of Barra entered a relationship with Brin, who had split from his wife shortly beforehand.
Barra joined Chinese smartphone rival Xiaomi and Brin now works on Google X projects.