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Google Wave

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  • 1. Google Wave
  • 2. What is Google Wave?
    Open-sourced, personal communication and collaboration tool combining the following:
    Email
    Wikis
    Intranets
  • 3. Reinventing Email
    What would email
    look like if it was
    invented today?
  • 4. Reinventing Email
    Email: web snail mail
    Wave: shared object
  • 5. Reinventing Email
    You can reply to a message, like an email, but also comment on parts of a message
    Everything is transmitted in real-time
    100% of time is now spent actively reading and typing instead of waiting
    Private Replies
    Attachments (file sharing)
    Spell Checker
  • 6. Reinventing Wikis
    Discussion and content collaboration
    Changes are highlighted
    Show/Hide discussions
    Combining waves
    Organizing waves
  • 7. Reinventing Intranets
    The ability to embed waves onto your website makes sharing easier than ever.
  • 8. Google Wave Extensions
    Extensions extend the functionality of waves
    Yes-No-Maybe
    Rosy Robot
    Extensions can be
    integrated with
    existing workflows
  • 9. More Google Wave
    Visit the following Google Wave websites if you’re interested in more specific information regarding the product, platform, or protocol.
    • PRODUCT: http://wave.google.com
    • 10. PLATFORM: http://code.google.com/apis/wave
    • 11. PROTOCOL: http://www.waveprotocol.org