While Google's CEO, Larry Page, boasted about his company's new social property hitting the 10 million user mark in two weeks, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner is of the mind that people don't have enough time in their lives for yet another social network. He also thinks Google+ is upsetting the current social network balance. 

Speaking in San Francisco, Weiner, according to Business Insider, questioned where Google+ will fit in to a world where Facebook, Twitter, and, of course, LinkedIn serve three different but needed purposes. In Weiner's vision of the Net, people use Facebook for family and friends, LinkedIn for their professional life, and Twitter to share their thoughts with the world. Weiner went on to add: "You introduce Google+, where am I going to spend that next minute or hour of my discretionary time? I have no more time." 

[via Business Insider]