Archive for December, 2009
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Google has created a new online tool that can help people to start discussions, work on projects and work simultaneously on same documents by using text, videos, maps, photos etc. The Tool is called Google Waves and is still in a preview version.
People that are invited can work in real-time which means that all participants can see what another one writes or edits at the same time as it is done. It is also possible to use a playback function that helps you to understand or follow up what has happened since the “wave” started. By using Google translation tool people who don’t speak the same language can work together on the same wave.
To be honest I need to learn a lot more about this tool but I am really excited about starting a couple of projects with people that are interested in the topics that Enerway is focusing on. Maybe we could build up something valuable together?
Therefore I will give away a couple of invites to people who want to join me and help me get started! All you have to do is send your contact information and describe who you are and why you should get a Google Wave invitation.
Google says: “If you do not have a Google account, you will be prompted to create one” so send me your gmail address if you already have one!
If you have a Google Wave account and would like to add me as your contact, send me your e-mail address and I might add you!
Use the contact form at the bottom of this post.
Here follows a short presentation of Google Wave. I am sure that I will publish more information when I have learned more!
15 Google wave features
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