Google Wave Explained in Simple Terms

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13 Responses

  1. Chethan says:

    Yeah.. A quick guide for wave… Thanks Author

  2. Neil says:

    Found this site from one of my Twitter guys. Was hoping to read more specifics v. basics. Whence you discover a method to embed a Wave into a WP blog (with out having to have a Sandbox account) this single factoid will grow your visitor count by a factor of 10x. I found a WP plug-in that was supposed to be able to handle this, but it was too flaky. Will circle back in a few to see what you learned.

  3. Uttoran Sen says:

    Grrr… i still don’t have a google wave invitation…

  4. Gaby says:

    yo yo yo great article, Wave in simple wordsl could not say it better, please send me an invitation,

  5. Mark Essel says:

    Good overview and introduction to wave. I had an AHA! moment about a week after logged in for the first time when I discovered with:public.

    Then later on I discovered some more great tricks like embedding Google Wave in my blog. Since then I’ve done all types of fun things with wave, like embedding my blog in wave, creating a wave guide directory, and meeting all kinds of interesting people.

  6. Rajesh Kanuri @ TechCats says:

    wave is one stop collaboration tool.. @uttoran check out my blog for wave invitations..

  7. abhishek says:

    Uttoran and gaby – Your Google Wave invitations have been send :)

  8. Mitzi says:

    great article! could i get an invite at ?

    thank you!

  9. baalji says:

    honestly i didnt undestand anything (as a commno man)

  10. Jason Green says:

    We are using google wave for storing documentation and information for developers on the carbon calculated API. We are embedding the waves into pages of relevance such as:

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