New Mix group: Google Wave Users
By tbonnema on Oct 28, 2009
Maybe you've heard about it. There's a new thing from Google called Google Wave.
According to Wikipedia:
Google Wave is "a personal communication and collaboration tool" announced by Google at the Google I/O conference on May 27, 2009. It is a web-based service, computing platform, and communications protocol designed to merge e-mail, instant messaging, wikis, and social networking. It has a strong collaborative and real-time focus supported by extensions that can provide, for example, robust spelling/grammar checking, automated translation between 40 languages, and numerous other extensions.voiiterytr Initially released only to developers, a "preview release" of Google Wave was extended to nearly 1 million users beginning September 30, 2009, with the initial 100,000 users each allowed to invite up to twenty additional users.
Since we're always up for trying out new things, we've joined this wave created by the AppsLab. If you're lucky and already have your Wave account, feel free to join us as we try to figure out how this new tool fits in with everything else.
We've also started a new group of Google Wave Users which you're invited to join as well (at 9 members since we launched it few days ago, it already made it on today's hot groups list).