The application formerly known as Twitalytic is now called ThinkTank, and I’m carving out some time in the New Year to grow it into something good. Here are a few details on my plans f... Read more
It’s still not easy to explain what, exactly, Google Wave does and is, but it sure does make for some cool screencasts. Hit play for a Wave-powered trip through 2009. (If you liked thi... Read more
It kind of amazes me that Gmail has an advanced feature like “mark unread from here” but still lacks basic things like sorting your messages by date or searching/sorting by attac... Read more
Just found out about a neat Google Easter Egg for the New Year: on the Google homepage, click on the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button with nothing in the search box, to see a liv... Read more
Yesterday the Google Wave team confirmed Wave’s unfinished but working Google Groups integration, which lets you send waves to groups of participants in one shot. To try it out, I crea... Read more
Today Google finally releases a beta of Google Chrome for Mac and Linux. I’ve been using a Chromium build on my Mac for awhile now, and while it’s faster than Firefox on the Mac,... Read more
O’Reilly has posted the video of my 15-minute keynote speech at Web 2.0 Expo this week, entitled “Making Sense of Google Wave.” There were over 2,000 people seated in the a... Read more
Been hard at work readying The Complete Guide to Google Wave for its PDF debut this month. The Wave team has been making it more difficult with (welcome) changes to the app on the final days... Read more
My new book’s web site is powered by the same software the runs Wikipedia, the deeply-customizable MediaWiki. Over at Lifehacker this morning, I ran though how to make MediaWiki your o... Read more
I’m tickled pink to finally announce the project I’ve been hard at work on for weeks now: my new book, The Complete Guide to Google Wave, is now available to read and share for f... Read more
There’s always lots of interest in posts about Google Apps, a lesser-known way to put Google services behind your domain name. This morning at Lifehacker I ran down some of the most im... Read more
After only a few weeks of Wave usage, my inbox is been teeming with activity, full of waves from strangers who have added me and 17 other strangers to items I don’t particularly care a... Read more
Phew! After poring over 661 Google Wave invitation contest submissions, I highlighted some of Wave’s best use cases over at Lifehacker this morning. See how Wave will help people get t... Read more
Update: The contest is now over, and here are a few of the winners. Want an invitation to Google Wave? Tell us what you’re going to use Google Wave for, and we’ll nominate the fo... Read more
Been spending several weeks working, playing, and talking about Google Wave, picking up tips and tricks for usage as I’ve gone along. The Wave preview is very young, with lots of broke... Read more
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