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I don't know what that means Sorry, I use google but explain what "google wave" users are? Thanks
Google wave is the nxt generation social networking site. its awesome and has so many features...
I have a google wave account but have yet to really be able to test it since not many others have it also.
Its much more than "social networking site"..its not a site at all...it is the future of internet communication...real time cross platform, cross media wave communication that is open to many users for true communication
Im in the midst of writing up what wave is for an examiner article..cant go through the laundry list here but its much, much more than you described
for starters its not limited to two way communication.
every user in this thread could be communicating at once in a wave.
you know that little ...thranax is typing thing you wait for in traditional Im's ...that can be disabled and each keystroke would appear as its hit
maybe the video that was posted is limited in what scope it shows..i didnt watch it
heres an authoritative and long description of wave from the initial release conference (which, I have been waiting for my invite ever since)
its 80 minutes long..so you might want to ff a bit
I'm on Google Wave, currently testing it with a friend for project management purposes.
It's a very useful tool with a multitude of applications. If you don't know much abotu it yet, i suggest you look in to it now!
I started writing a Hub on Google Wave, but got side tracked a while back, might start it up again!
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