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http://wave.google.com

#Real time live collaboration
#Context aware live spell check
#Sweet API's
#All within the browser with HTML5
#By the same guys who made Maps

Neat!
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Was just coming to post about this.

Look pretty interesting.
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Hrm, I vaguely remember writing a haiku about being drunk last night while applying Laughing
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Think it's got HUGE potential.
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yeah this is very very cool, huge potential as kris_b says. Will be interesting to see what happens once it is released.
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Indeed. I like the look of it too.

/waits
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/signed up
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I just love how they've hired two crazy Bavarian brothers and got them working in a secret lab in Sydney. It's like a Bond spoof...
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"No Mr Bond, I expect you to collaborate online in a contextual and more natural manner..."
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Car

So... anybody got any invites?
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Looks like they are dribbling out in a very limited fashion. Expect to wait a while unless you have hookups.
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I want to change the link on the right window that says "New Wave" to a genre of music I actually like.
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So what do I do now?
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You on google wave?

Type with:public followed by some topic in the search box and see what public waves people have created. Then maybe browse them or contribute.

I haven't found much use for it yet. Needs more people that I know on it.
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yeah with:public doesn't seem to ever get any hits.

with:me gets all my stuff.

Weird.
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For any developers who are using Wave, I came across two pretty awesome robots today.

kasyntaxy@appspot.com - Prefix a blip with #!language, where language is the code language you're using. It will highlight and format the code you write accordingly. So like, #!python will assume the remainder of the blip is Python code, and will format it with pretty highlighting and such.

graph-wave@appspot.com - Found this from a link in the OP. Prefix a blip with #!dot and it will translate simple syntax like a->b b->c a->c into a visual graph. It kind of falls on it's face a little bit with heavy use, but it's a start.
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jbs said:
yeah with:public doesn't seem to ever get any hits.

It appears to be broken for me now as well. It did work last week. I guess this is why it's in development.
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group:public@a.gwave.com seems to do the same thing (or what I presume with:public would do)
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Google have canned it.

Had potential but invite only made it utterly useless for it's purpose, lack of news about it or connection existing services such as gmail meant it hardly ever got visited, and people who just want stuff to work scratched their head and asked what the hell it does and how do you use it.

Oh and it apparently ran like shit, but I don't know from direct experience, - why would I bother with it when I have like, 2 friends on it (who didn't use it either for the same reason)

Great ideas, piss-poor execution. Perhaps some of it's technology should be integrated with gmail and google's upcoming social networking thingy.