Google Wave

There’s a lot of hullabaloo in the internet world with Google rolling out its new fancy collaboration software. The Google Wave.

Have been trying to figure out what Google Wave exactly is. Been going through tech forums and blogs for that. They are filled with speculations about what it would be, how would it impact the classic email technology etc… Think its wise to just start with the basics… Go to the Google Wave site. According to which this is what Google Wave is

Google Wave is an online communication and collaboration tool that makes real-time interactions more seamless — in one place, you can communicate and collaborate using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.

A wave is a conversation with multiple participants — participants are people added to a wave to discuss and collaborate on its content. Participants can reply any time and anywhere within a wave, and they can edit content and add more participants as a wave develops. It’s also possible to rewind waves with the playback functionality, to see what happened, and when.

However, Google Wave does not currently interact with email. Am sure google will do something to interface existing emails with Google Wave. Currently Google wave has an invite-only preview (So if you have an invitation, please send one across to me)

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