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Google Wave invites up for grabs

I received a bunch of Google Wave invitations to pass around. I have posted the details on Facebook and Twitter and had to extend the offer to you, my loyal and very patient readers. I only have a few invitations left but feel free to request one. Simply fill out this form below (sorry it looks a bit squished – I had to fit it on to the page) and I will allocate invites on a first come, first served basis till they run out.

Please bear in mind that the invitations are not send directly but rather route through Google and can take a few days to arrive.

By Paul

Enthusiast, writer, Happiness Engineer at Automattic. I take photos too. Passionate about my wife, Gina and #proudDad.

0 replies on “Google Wave invites up for grabs”

lookatbowen – England – Android, SP4, researcher, gambler, motor sport, gadget man, home automation, BREXIT, camper, blogger, Investor, married, have cats, love travel and life.
Bowenarrow says:

Why would you want just anybody on your Google Wave?

How have you embraced Google Wave? Do you think it will be a useful tool in the future when the masses get hold of it? I've played around with quite a bit, and see it being useful in the office for projects, or discussions, or ideas etc.

Paul Jacobson – Modiin, Israel – Enthusiast, writer, Happiness Engineer at @automattic. I take photos too. Passionate about my wife, Gina and #proudDad.
pauljacobson says:

Well, giving people an invite doesn't make them automatic participants in all waves.

I've used it a little but I am still working on workflows that make sense. It is easy for a wave to start to look very messy and not very conduce to productive collaboration. I'd also like to see better text formatting tools for some of the work I do.

lookatbowen – England – Android, SP4, researcher, gambler, motor sport, gadget man, home automation, BREXIT, camper, blogger, Investor, married, have cats, love travel and life.
Bowenarrow says:

Why would you want just anybody on your Google Wave?

How have you embraced Google Wave? Do you think it will be a useful tool in the future when the masses get hold of it? I've played around with quite a bit, and see it being useful in the office for projects, or discussions, or ideas etc.

Paul Jacobson – Modiin, Israel – Enthusiast, writer, Happiness Engineer at @automattic. I take photos too. Passionate about my wife, Gina and #proudDad.
pauljacobson says:

Well, giving people an invite doesn't make them automatic participants in all waves.

I've used it a little but I am still working on workflows that make sense. It is easy for a wave to start to look very messy and not very conduce to productive collaboration. I'd also like to see better text formatting tools for some of the work I do.

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