Status of Google Wave https://support.google.com/answer/1083134 Status of Google Wave
As we announced in August 2010, we are not continuing active development of Google Wave as a stand-alone product, but have been working hard on the open source Wave in a box project and on making waves accessible through Google Docs.
Waving at school https://students.googleblog.com/2010/05/waving-at-school.html Waving at school
When we heard that Dan Burger was using Google Wave with his class at Vanderbilt, we asked him to write about his experience.
Now that Google Wave is available for everyone without an invitation (and for Google Apps domains, too), it's even easier for groups at schools to use Wave in the classroom.
Here's what Dan has to share:
Google Wave Finally With Email Notifications http://techcrunch.com/2010/03/04/google-wave-notifications/ Google Wave May Finally Tread Water With Email Notifications
Wave is finally turning on email notifications (March2010) to alert you about new and updated waves. From the Inbox menu, simply select the new “Notifications” option to set how often (if at all) you’d like to receive them.
The Wave team recommends that if you’re not a heavy user of Wave, you should get notified “immediately” upon a change.
For more active users, the team seems to have a smart approach:
The Complete Guide to Google Wave http://completewaveguide.com/ The Complete Guide to Google Wave
Here you'll learn how to use Google Wave to get things done with your group. Because Wave is such a new product that's evolving quickly, this guidebook is a work in progress that will update in concert with Wave as it grows and changes.
5 Impressive Real-Life Google Wave Use Cases http://mashable.com/2009/11/14/google-wave-use-cases/ 5 Impressive Real-Life Google Wave Use Cases
We wanted to look at how people are actually using Google Wave now. From process modelling and customer service, to project collaboration, annotation, and gaming, the examples listed here highlight the power of the newborn medium, and in part, showcase what we can expect as the platform matures.
Google Wave 101 http://lifehacker.com/5376138/google-wave-101 Google Wave 101
Every good webapp has a full set of keyboard shortcuts for getting around and performing the most common actions, and happily Google Wave is no exception. While Wave is still missing common shortcuts (j/k, please?), there are a few you must know now.
Here are the ones to learn first ....
Google Wave for Educators (list) http://googlewaveeducators.wikispaces.com/ Google Wave for Educators
This is simply a quick and easy way to share the email addresses and Twitter usernames of educators using Google Wave.
About Google Wave http://wave.google.com/help/wave/about.html About Google Wave
Google Wave is an online tool for real-time communication and collaboration.
A wave can be both a conversation and a document where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.
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