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Google Wave Bibliography


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Google Wave Bibliography

  1. 1. Bibliography<br />Albro, Edward N. and Juan Carlos Perez. (2009). “Google’s Wave: Many Online Apps in One Tool/Can Wave Solve Social Network Oversharing?” PC World, (Aug), 14.<br />Arnold, Stephen E. (2009). “Content, Document, and Knowledge Management: Google’s Wave is Building Off the Enterprise Shore.” KM World, (Sept), 12, 28-29.<br />Barreau, Deborah. (2008). “The Persistence of Behavior and Form in the Organization of Personal Information.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(2), 307-317.<br />Brooks, Jason. (2009). “Google Wave could hit hard.” eWeek, (Aug. 17), 28.<br />Fox, Pamela. (December 7, 2009). “Google Wave Developer Blog.” <br />Harris, Christopher. (2009). “Get Ready for Google Wave.” School Library Journal, (Aug), 12. <br />Hamblen, Matt. (2009). “Google’s Unified Tools Pose a Threat to Cisco.” ComputerWorld, (Jul), 12.<br />Jones, William. (2007). “Chapter 10: Personal Information Management.” Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 453-503.<br />Parr, Ben. (May 28th, 2009). “Google Wave: A Complete Guide.” Mashable: The Social Media Guide. <br />Rapoza, Jim. (2009). “Google Wave does not make much of a wave-yet.” eWeek, (Aug), 21-22.<br />Tennant, Roy. (2009). “Google Wave: How Social Do You Want to Be?” Library Journal, (Jun), 21.<br />Trapani, Gina and Adam Pash. (December 11, 2009). “The Complete Guide to Google Wave.” <br />Vascellaro, Jessica E. (2009). “Google Waves ‘Hello’ to a New Communication Paradigm.” American Libraries, (Nov), 28.<br />Whitaker, Tyler. (2009). “Google ‘waves’ at Web collaboration.” InfoTech, (Nov), 48.<br />Whittaker, Steve, Victoria Bellotti and Jacek Gwizdka. “Email in Personal Information Management.” Communications of the ACM, 49 (1), 68-75.<br />