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    Gina Trapani

    Oh man, this wave slows Firefox to a CRAWL… anyone else?

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    Is fine here on Mac/Safari.

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    Chaim Chaikin

    Wow this post has surprisingly little comments 🙂

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    Dean Millam

    This is great! However, I can’t seem to see embedded waves in Internet Explorer. I’m not sure I could force some of my audience to use a better browser. Anyone else seeing this problem?

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    Dean Millam

    Hey I finished reading the latest Google Wave Developer blog posting and saw that they are planning on resolving the Internet Explorer issue soon. So, never mind my previous comment.

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    Michael Rees

    Strangely the embedded wave in this post fails to show up in Google Reader.

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    Brandon C

    This still adds no value to Wave. This is about as useful as Google SideWiki, and we know how well that has gone….

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    I understand that Google sees a lot of word-of-mouth marketing benefit in limiting access to invitees, but I still suspect the best way to boost Wave usage would be making it possible to use Wave.

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    Nehal Eid

    great topic, It was very useful for me.

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    Max Chirkov

    Would be nice if there was a way to interact with waves without being required to login. For example, I want to publish a Poll wave – currently, if you’re not logged in you can vote.

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