Google Wave aimed at a revolution

Another amazing service started by Google. Something that would fascinate people already acquainted with collaborative working and sharing documents, presentations, sharing files and more. Google Wave apparently is the answer to everything done collaboratively amongst people in a wave (term used by Google to specify each task). The service is now invitation only, very much like what it was like when Gmail was first launched.

The thing that fascinated me most was the amazing versatility of this product. Nearly all kinds of collaboration can be done, along with a playback feature that helps to view all the updates that happened over time. You won’t discover the fun using it alone. Get some friends you know to start something you can do together to enjoy it’s features. Sharing photos, videos, files is a breeze. It won’t replace email however, as claimed by many sites and people. But will surely add a new flavor to online communication with the essence of an advanced emailing service, or simply put as an collaboration tool. Below is a video which will make it simple to understand and also a screenshot of Google Wave..

If you have invitations don’t wait and send them to your friends. You can install this and request me for an invitation in it and get to know a lot more from various sites as well. I have only 10 to give away, rest I have saved for my friends. So don’t wait! But Google takes time to deliver the invitation even after they are sent, and could range from days to even weeks. Surely there’s a huge demand for the invites as some people are even paying up to an incredible 70$ just to get an invitation, as reported here.

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Rahul is a data analyst and expert in visualizing business scenarios using data science. He has performed extensive research across varied business scenarios and datasets to come up with insightful results. Rahul is skilled in a number of programming languages and data analysis tools. When he is not busy refining business data, Rahul can be found somewhere in the Appalachian trails or in an ethnic restaurant in Chicago.

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