The truth is, what we’re seeing is a preview. I still can’t find an efficient use for it, maybe because I’ve grown accustomed to conventional ways of email and chat — having your mail inbox open somewhere and your Yahoo! Messenger on the side as you talk to clients and build projects. So what Wave is asking for is a behavioral change.
Well, what it is as of this very moment is a reminiscing of mIRC, which will ultimately become another time waster as seen from our serious discussion above. Heh. 🙂
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I think Google Wave might be good for my curriculum development team. We do a lot of online collaboration and virtual meetings. Do you have any invites left? =)
10 years ang invite ehehehe.
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baka nmn pde makhingi ng invites?
🙂 same as the previous comment… got a spare invite? 😀 please.
Do you think it’s ahead of its time? I’ve read a few posts about it. That’s the extent of my knowledge. FriendFeed is great to use. Lots of great features, but for being such a great aggregator, I’m still maybe halfway before mastering it. More so with something like Google Wave which purports to replace email.
Can’t understand the need for real time. You need real time, you’ve got chat and Twitter and a host of other social media sites. But I love email because it allows you communicate at a pace you’re comfortable with. And not be harassed for a perceived need to be real time when the situation does not even warrant it.
Well, that’s just my opinion, of course. Especially now that invites can’t be had. LOL
Got a spare invite? Baka pwede naman makahingi. Thanks! 😀
wish ko lang part… wishing for invite.
now if only I had an invite… [parinig]
Hi there, anyone got a spare invite? Please share! 😉