Google Wave works like previous messaging systems, but instead of sending a message back and forth with its entire threat - or storing old messages in inboxes – messages documents (waves) are stored on a central server, which allows collaborators to edit the document together simultaneously.
Collaborators can be added or removed at any time.
One can view the original document as well as see how it has been changed, edit-by-edit, up to the point of its current situation.
As one can infer, Google Wave may very well be the “next big thing” to hit the internet. It has so many advantages that those who wish to stay on the edge of efficiency will not let themselves miss out of the benefits of using this new system of communication.
This system will not make other systems (email, IM’s, Twitter) obsolete, but fuses them all into one ultimate communications device.
Google Wave is simple yet powerful. It has been created in a way that allows the entire world to take advantage of its benefits.
Messaging systems around the world will be able to unite under this one web of networks and allow people to freely communicate and share ideas from any part of the world with more ease than ever before.
Not only will people of different nationalities find it easier to connect, but also international businesses – particularly those smaller ones looking for any advantage they can to start off their company – will find more efficient ways, using Google Wave, to network with each other.
Google is plans on releasing most of the code as open source, allowing the public to develop its features through extension.
This gives limitless possibilities to the uses of Google Wave.
This allows competitors to copy Google’s wave code to create their own waves which will be compatible . The appearance of imitators is inevitable and Google has create a way to allow all individuals, no matter which wave UI they decide to use, to have compatible wave communication with all others.
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