Fair warning: This is an hour and twenty minutes long. But it is fascinating. Spread the wordFacebookTwitterRedditEmailPrintTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
As someone that follows tech trends pretty closely, I’m a bit unsure about what Google Wave will become. I have a feeling it’s one of those things that winds up being used completely differently from how it starts out. The most important thing is that it’ll be an open protocol where, for instance, my personal data doesn’t have to sit on Google’s server. I can (eventually) run an instance of Wave on my own server and store my own data. But, it’ll be federated so I can still communicate with waves on your server, or Google’s server, etc.
If you come across any invites for the service, keep me in mind. 🙂
is it just me or have Microsoft, Facebook, and Myspace’s planning departments just crapped themselves?
I signed up for this service a couple of months ago, but haven’t received an invite. I am fascinated by what this tool will enable groups to do. At my church we have part-time staff members and key volunteers working in different locations – this would be an incredible tool for us, even for those in the same facility. I’m looking forward to a wider rollout to get to test the functionality. (And like Kenneth said, if anyone has any spare invites, keep us in mind! )
Without watching an hour and a half video can someone explain what this product is, what it does?
Nathan, I’ve actually got a couple of invites now. Are you still looking for one? If so, send me the email you’d like it sent to at kenneth /at\ pardue /dot\ me.