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What happened to Google Wave?

Updated on July 14, 2012
This one was not foreseeable, but Google goes harder then most others on the web
This one was not foreseeable, but Google goes harder then most others on the web | Source

Emergence of Google's Wave & the Social Network Wars

The search engines

got increasingly desperate

All this noise raking havoc

They sent out their warrior bots

Attempted to stop the fires set

but to no avail

The social networking arena

Was set ablaze

An eternal blue electronic Flame

Must of Just happened overnight

Hurricane Facebook

On the horizon

Sure after Fios came with Verizon

Newly fibered optics

Breaking the speed of light

The Entire balance was offset

jail birds were escaping

skipping digital bail

Who would of thought Timelines would change everything


It was breaching the barriers between

both the desert of the real (physical)

Creating chaos for many

The much lesser entities at best

as a whole

entire empires crumbled over night

Facebook was truly unstoppable

Shattering all statistical records

What was there to be done



Did they Have an answer

the all time web giant

was feeling the triple threat

numbers had shifted positions

Google Wizards looked for help

Outsourcing their Sorcery

towards all regions of planet earth

Targeting India's top techs

Then Cooked up a formula

called Google Wave

at first they felt it would have potential

did it ?

Then they sparingly allowed people

to join one by one giving out invites

Them death sentence invites

must of hurt Google really bad

the entry into Wave prison

was slow moving

It was drop by drop membership

it never contained or gained enough victims

Traffic numbers were too low

it was a definite Failure on Google's part

It withered away into the archived of great hopefuls

It came

it saw

was seen but never conquered a thing

and left with the Quickness of yet another dieing Wave

The developers got scared it seemed

what was they to do

Facebook was unbeatable

the numbers keep shifting

click after click, the numbers seemed to move towards Mark's Direction

The balance was surely up in shambles now

Google had held the all time web Crown for years

Were they to take

a severe loss of epic proportions

Google Plus must have been that Answer & Hope in desperation

The Wave has crashed, but Google Plus has risen to the occasion

Last but not least to end this series of epic poetry part-V

Part five is being mixed and brewed up for everyone, be patient, hope you got that hot cocoa, Java :) or what ever you drink to take intermission, because here come the grand finale. I love this game called the web, and especially hubpages, it's fantaboulouso!!!


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      Mike Pugh 5 years ago from New York City

      Thanks Lady E, for the cool share on Facebook and all, Yeah Google is one tough digital fortune cookie to crack, Hehe!!

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      Elena 5 years ago from London, UK

      Interesting read and I like the way you wrote it. Inspite of it all, Google has sure come along way. I doubt it they'd ever have stiff competition. :-)

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      I think Google wave was just a social experiment of sorts, because Google had other plans in the works, so it must have been a sort of warning flare, or beacon signal to the world as a sort of warm up exercise. I love the web & Google either way, this prison is fun! lol

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      jenubouka 6 years ago

      Google failed yet was it their fault or the masses undying commitment to their "fans"

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      Your so funny @ jgiecek, cute cat there I love it when people speak their mind, its truly awesome indeed.

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      jgiecek 6 years ago

      I still believe Google will be the reason for starting World War V(going to be so awesome we're going to skip III and IV all together!! :D)


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