A week ago I asked readers to tell me how they’re using Google Wave in their daily lives, and despite a bit of “ha! no one’s using Wave!” snarking on the Twitter, I g... Read more
Once you’re active in Google Wave, you want to know if something new is happening there–even if you don’t have Wave open in your web browser. Several Wave notifier applicat... Read more
Got a great response to last week’s frequently asked questions about Google Wave, and it’s worth expanding further on the differences between Wave and the current crop of web-bas... Read more
The Google Wave Preview has been available to one million+ people for over three months now, but questions about Wave still abound, even by the early adopters who have gotten in and taken it... 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
Yesterday on This Week in Google while I was complaining that Google’s acquisition of EtherPad should have been handled much more gracefully–by, you know, notifying EtherPad user... 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
I’m in wonderful New York City this week, getting ready to do a 15-minute keynote talk on Making Sense of Google Wave tomorrow, November 17th. It’ll be at 2:05pm Eastern time, an... 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
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
I tweeted, “Whether or not you got invited in, tell me your impression of Google Wave in 140 characters.” Here’s what my followers said. [thinkup_reply_count post_id=... Read more
For all you Google Wavers, here are my favorite Google Wave bots–listed in a wave, of course. You’ll need to be logged into Wave to see the page. Read more
If you’re one of the lucky folks who got into Google Wave this week, your excitement probably turned to “Now what?” when you logged in and realized you had no one to wave w... Read more
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