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Google Wave and ConceptDraw MindWave are free tools that deliver seamless communication inside or outside your organization.
Available today to a limited number of developers, the tool which is called Google Wave, is an online application.
We designed Google Wave to help people work together and discuss ideas in a live, richly formatted environment," said Dan Peterson, product manager at Google.
This is how I feel when I first used Google Wave," she added.
In line with its new online collaboration capabilities, Mingle also is being integrated with Google Wave (see today's release: (ThoughtWorks Studios to Demo Mingle Integration with Google Wave for Agile ALM) to further improve the communication and efficiency of development teams.
This is a no charge Google Wave add-in, which enables users to rapidly collaborate with any amount of people, from 2 to 2000.
com and through their video chat Google Wave extension as well as their Facebook application (to be launched soon).
lt;p>Google acquired EtherPad's creator, AppJet, earlier this month to add AppJet's technology and team to Google Wave, a real-time, hosted collaboration application that combines e-mail, instant messaging and document sharing.
Compliant with OpenSocial standard to enable easy integration of third-party applications, including Google Wave, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and others.
Wave open sign-ups: Google Wave is open to all users at wave.
Below is a video by Epipheo Studios that offers a straightforward and entertaining explanation of how Google Wave works.
Prasanna, as a member of the Google Wave team, helped build the search and indexing pipelines for the ill-fated effort to reinvent communication on the web.
Google Wave is currently an 'Alpha' release, which means very, very few people have access to it.
Unlike projects such as Google wave, which was much hyped but failed to deliver, the growth rate, even whilst in beta mode until July 21st, indicates that this particular service is going to be here to stay.
The print stories were supplemented with video, photos, and applications such as Google Wave and Dipity mapping.