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Topic # 42745 9-Oct-2009 15:34
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Hey all. Who's using Wave around here? Add me?
gracewood.ben [at]

Also some tips:
Search "with:public" to find public waves. E.g. "New Zealand with:public" will find all public waves with "New Zealand" in them.


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  Reply # 262794 9-Oct-2009 15:44
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  Reply # 263816 14-Oct-2009 09:24
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  Reply # 263826 14-Oct-2009 10:04
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Good so you three can 'Wave' together. I guess us Hoi Polloi will just have to wait.


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  Reply # 266676 25-Oct-2009 12:31
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Hi there,

Just got an invite from google wave. Yay! I have added all you guys above.
How has google wave been going so far?

Look forward to waving.

BTW - my googlewave account is:

dontpanicc42 [at]


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  Reply # 266815 26-Oct-2009 10:31
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freitasm @ googlewave...

But seriously, will people create public waves just as a replacement for Facebook streams, or Twitter timelines? While it can be a serious tool for some (quick communication between members of a community project for example) we are still in early stages - companies won't get into this early wagon. It will be a while before enterprise adopt this kind of tool, if not already using Microsoft Groove.

Yes, did you know Microsoft Groove (created by Ozzie, the same guy who brought Lotus Notes to light and then sold it to IBM) has been around for years and do the same thing? The main difference is "the Microsoft tool is not free".

So, yes, let's see when Google Wave comes out of this preview release.

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  Reply # 266955 26-Oct-2009 17:58
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Bored with it since I pretty much have no one to wave with. Can see how it could possibly make an impact on collaboration - but I think the different ways we communicate in kind of make up for the "features" in Wave.

I'm still skeptical about the usefulness of real-time typing updates in waves.

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  Reply # 267665 28-Oct-2009 12:43
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Well I finally got one tonight.
So if you want to add me
wlgmoore at

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  Reply # 267689 28-Oct-2009 13:37
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I'm not on the Beta yet, but what I'm most excited about is when Google will allow you to bring it into your premier account so you can have a complete system for your domain, its going to be AWESOME!

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  Reply # 267788 28-Oct-2009 18:30
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just got the invite from manhinli
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  Reply # 268244 29-Oct-2009 20:04
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above all added, and I have a few invites left it anyone needs one

emailtogeorge at :D

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  Reply # 268678 30-Oct-2009 21:30
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If anyone needs invites or knows of anyone wanting one i seem to have been given a bunch more so PM me

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  Reply # 268693 30-Oct-2009 22:18
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ghozali at you know the rest

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