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    • 1. http://www.flickr.com/photos/niallkennedy/3573261627/ What is Wave?
    • 2. Why it’s different • Email is multiple unicast (many copies of single messages) • Wave is multicast (single copy of message, many subscribers) • For the geeks it’s a publish and subscribe model with a message queue in the background
    • 3. Anatomy of a Wave • Waves have wavelets • Wavelets have blips
    • 4. What can you do with a Wave • Developers • Make Robots • Embed Waves • Build Gadgets
    • 5. Robots • COOL! • Can inspect data within wave • Can then go do something with it • Can change content within wave • For the geeks it’s powered by webhooks
    • 6. Embed Waves • Waves can go anywhere • Can insert wave into any HTML file • Can be inserted in multiple places • Changes immediately propagated to every embedded wave
    • 7. Gadgets • Extending functionality • XML based Google Gadgets • Store data within Wave • Changes can be replayed and are stored on a per user/wavelet basis
    • 8. What can you do with a Wave • Users • Add Robots • Interact with Gadgets • Add media (text, images, audio, video)
    • 9. demo

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