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Graham Perrin

Google Wave has developers buzzing | Webware - CNET - 0 views

  • Developer support is crucial to the success of Google Wave
  • the genius behind Google Wave is
  • in the way Google has assembled a set of existing technologies into an attractive platform for developers
Kheeran D

Google Wave - 0 views

  • communication and collaboration on the web
    • sheryl barnes
       
      Pretty cool, huh?
    • Kheeran D
       
      Wave looks awsome. I hope it all comes together the way that they expect.
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Graham Perrin

Google Wave - 0 views

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    Google Wave on the unofficial Google Operating System blog.
Graham Perrin

Opinion: Google's wave drowns the bling in Microsoft's Bing - Software - iTnews Australia - 0 views

  • The browser battle renewed today
  • Microsoft's hand may have been moved by the launch of Wolfram|Alpha
  • much promise in connecting people to knowledge
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  • the first round clearly goes to Wave
  • collaborative technology that blurs the lines between email, wiki, SMS and Twitter
  • Wave integrates many of the features of disparate systems in common use
  • application programming interfaces would make it easier for third-parties to customise web applications
  • Microsoft's Bing, launched under the NineMSN banner in Australia
  • Go offline and the wave data stayed with you
  • wave that was turned back into an e-mail
  • waves worked best on standards-compliant, Webkit browsers
  • emails (which could be translated between languages in real time) to a wave user
  • ultimately it would mean a user could save all their work in the browser and dump it on the intertubes when they go back online
  • The same held true for instant messages and tweets
  • getting people to change their rusted-on habits
  • a shift from discrete applications to just one to handle all communications
    • Graham Perrin
       
      This is almost certainly too much for me to swallow.
    • Graham Perrin
       
      I like discrete applications.
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