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Google Wave - What is it, How Does it Work and How Can it Help Me?

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  • 1. Google Wave - What is it, How Does it Work and How Can it Help Me?
  • 2. © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 3. Overview
    • What is Google Wave?
    • Google Wave features
    • Terms used in Google Wave
    • Google Wave Extensions
    • What’s in it for marketers?
  • 4. What is Google Wave?
    • Online tool for real time communication and collaboration
    • Combines Aspects of
      • Email
      • Instant Messaging
      • Web Chat
      • Social Networking
      • Project Management
    © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 5. Google Wave : Under the Hood
    • Written in Java using the OpenJDK
    • Each Wave is a hosted XML Document
    • Uses XMPP Protocol
    © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 6. The Technology “Operational Transformation”
    • Live Concurrent Editing
    • Client and Server in the same state
    • Live and Concurrent conversation, hence no waiting
    • A single server holds all your data
    • No worries over a client crash, can still fetch it
  • 7. Wave Terminologies
    • Wave – a specific threaded conversation
    • Wavelet - subset of a larger conversation
    • Blip – a single individual message, smaller than a wavelet
    • Document – refers to content within a blip
    • Extension – mini application that works within a wave
  • 8. © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions Google Wave Features
    • Real-time: character-by-character
    • Embedability: Waves can be embedded on any blog or website
    • Applications and Extensions: Anything from bots to complex real-time games
    • Drag-and-drop file sharing: No attachments; just drag & drop
    • Wiki functionality
    • Playback: Playback any part of the wave to see what was said
    • Open source: To foster innovation and adoption amongst developers
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  • 9. Google Wave Extensions
    • Gadgets
      • Gadgets are specific to individual waves, not users. Unlike a Facebook gadget
      • Almost any iGoogle or OpenSocial gadget can run within Google Wave
      • A Gadget built within Google Wave can take advantage of live interaction with multiple users
    • Robots
      • Automated participant in a wave
      • Talk with users, interact with waves
      • Provide information from outside sources
      • Check content with in a wave
    • Wave Embeds
      • Place the conversed wave on to your website/Blog
  • 10. Gadgets vs Robots Robot Gadget Runs on application servers (currently AppEngine) and interacts with the wave over a protocol. Runs within the wave client itself. Each robot may instantiate at most one instance per wave. Remember that a robot is like a participant on a wave, so each participant/robot is a unique instance, but a wave can have many participants/robots. Each gadget may have multiple instances per wave, one for each participant interacting with the gadget. Robots may modify a wave and perform the same operations as a human participant. Gadgets are not able to modify a wave, and have limited visibility into the wave. A gadget is only able to detect changes in the wave's participants. Robots can modify a gadget. Gadgets have no way to know that a robot exists, and thus are not able to modify a robot.
  • 11. Some Existing Gadgets & Robots
    • Some Gadgets
      • Yes/No/Maybe
      • Ribbit Web Conference
      • Maps (allows for collaboration on a
      • Google Map)
    • Robots
      • Debuggy (an in-wave debugger)
      • Stocky (which pulls stock prices based on stock quote mentions)
      • Tweety (the Twave robot, which displays tweets inside of a wave)
      • Polly
  • 12. IGoogle Gadgets Overview
  • 13. Collaborative Workspaces © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 14. A Public Wave
    • Making a Wave Public
      • Add [email_address] to your wave
      • Add relevant tags to the page to make it searchable
    © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 15. Multilingual Wave
    • Let the Wave speak
      • Natural language: Autocorrect your spelling & Auto-translate on-the-fly
      • Add [email_address] to your wave
      • As you type the tool will translate your text to over 40 languages.
    © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 16. Gadgets on the Go
    • Google Gadgets
    © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 17. Google Wave for Business
    • BPM
    • Project Management
    © 2009 Confidential | intelligent marketing & technology solutions
  • 18. Gravity from SAP
    • Gravity is a prototype developed by SAP research
    • Leverages on Google Wave collaborative power for process modeling
    • The final model can be imported into the SAP BPM for further
    • refinement and execution
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  • 19. Alignspace – Technology & Community
    • Combines social networking tools with intuitive tools for process design and modeling
    • Collaborate effectively to improve processes
    • Create process models that can be exported and run within BPM engines
  • 20. About Regalix
    • Forefront of Online Marketing, Research and Web 2.0 portals
    • Multi-disciplinary Leadership Team
    • Fortune 500 and Venture-Backed Customers (B2B and B2C)
    • Global Operations: HQ in Silicon Valley, 4 Offices
    • 150+ Team, Built on 8+ years of research
    • Recognition
  • 21. Learn more about Regalix at: www.regalix.com Contact: Belmond Victor SEO & Email Marketing Manager Email: [email_address]