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Google Wave
« on: 30. September 2009., 17:55:08 »

Is anybody using Google Wave yet ?

It looks like the next big thing for social networking. It is invite only at the moment.

Anybody got an invite?


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Google Wave
« on: 30. September 2009., 17:55:08 »


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Re: Google Wave
« Reply #1 on: 24. February 2011., 06:06:54 »
if you need social networking. i guess facebook is good enough. there are plenty of people which like to chat whenever you go online.


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Re: Google Wave
« Reply #2 on: 27. June 2011., 08:11:25 »
A wide selection of Google Wave devices permit users to not only enjoy real-time communication, but also coordinate business meetings, school projects, special volunteer efforts, manage various calendars and events, and even export waves to other programs. Extensions are often used by individuals still choosing to access Wave directly, as well as those using other Google projects that have Wave expertise woven in to them.


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