Using Google Wave for Task Management - Flock. I’m getting more and more into Google Wave as a collaboration tool.
I’m using it with Justin Levy for work stuff, with a whole host of people for my new business project, and I’m getting into the possibilities. I still have many wishes for it (post forthcoming). Today, I started using it for task management, shifting away from my use of “Things” on my Mac. Here’s my reasoning: We can only visit so many applications regularly as part of a flow. In a business flow, they work something like this: Mail and Twitter – communication / media making Reader – monitoring and story gathering Calendar – scheduling / appointments Evernote – “storage” information (like my frequent flier card #’s) Google Wave – project collaboration, like figuring out how things will work for events, etc. How Google Wave could transform journalism. Google Wave lets users collaborate live on documents.
The tech world is awash with excitement for today's scheduled release of 100,000 invitations to preview Google Wave. Seems like everyone is buzzing about how the collaborative Web tool will revolutionize how we do business, organize parties, manage projects with friends, cheat on homework and market brands (trust us, we've seen the news releases, plural). The term "Google Wave" has been on Twitter's top-trending list all day. For the last two months, while we've been testing the Google Wave developer preview, we have been talking amongst ourselves about how this thing could change (or add to) what we do. Top 10 Web Collaboration Tools (That Aren't Google Wave) - Google Wave's Best Use Cases. @arekkusu82: Realistically, Wave is just a new implementation of an old idea.
You can acheive much the same thing with SharePoint Discussion boards, or Microsoft Groove (which was developed by a different company before being gobbled up my Microsoft), or ShareFlow by zenbe. Wave is extensible, but so is SharePoint. Sure, the real time translation is pretty sweet, but all the "oooh, shiny" stuff in Wave are just features. Google Wave 101 - Wave - Lifehacker. After listening to TWiG last weekend, and reading these tips, I'm still confused about one thing.
Is it possible to make a read-only public wave? For example, a public wave contributed to only by say, ESPN, SI.com, and Fox Sports. It could be the their official group wave (or pool, which is kind of liquidy/wavy) for something like the Superbowl or a breaking news story. I'd love for there to be a wave I could go to and join (or subscribe to or whatever it will be called) just so there's one definitive place for the latest and most accurate news of something. Gmail in real-time: Google does the Wave. Updated 12:28 p.m.
PDT with additional comments from Google. Google is ready to start talking about its answer to demand for real-time--yet organized--Internet communication. Google on Thursday publicly demonstrated Google Wave for the first time at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco. Billed as "the e-mail of the future," Google Wave is the result of a multiyear project inside of Google to reinvent the inbox, blending e-mail, instant messaging, photo sharing, and perhaps, with input from developers, connections to the world of social networking. Top Web Resources - Flock. Google Wave Robots are the best way to explore Wave.
Here is the huge list of Google Wave Robots that you can add in your contacts and enjoy waving .. Before getting into the list – You should know How to add Google Wave bots and Google Wave Gadgets. Huge List of 100 Google Wave Robots - Google Wave Cinema: Pulp Fiction - Flock. Lost Inside Google Wave? 5 Waves To Make Your Life. If you are brand new to Google Wave (aren’t we all?)
And a bit confused, then you are going to love this post. The goal here is to point you in the right direction on the wave to get updated content and help. Please keep in mind you must be logged into your Wave account in order for the links in this post to connect you! I have another amazing guest author to thank for this article. He is Twitter’s resident Google Wave Jedi Master and you can follow him on Twitter at @wavejedimaster. He describes himself as a pro-waver and he graciously takes time out of his schedule to help others on the Wave or on Twitter. If you are one of those that just arrived to Google Wave it is quite possible that you feel a little lost about what is going on and how things work.
To help you find your way here is a list of 5 Waves you shouldn’t miss: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Guia Google Wave: Vídeo com a apresentação oficial do Google Wav. Este vídeo a seguir foi uma apresentação da equipe da Google aqui no Brasil (legendado em português). É um vídeo de 1 hora de duração e que mostra várias funções e utilidades do Google Wave, bem como apresenta os planos gerais da Google para esse produto e o que podemos esperar de novidades a serem implantadas. Você pode assistir e descobrir novas utilidades para uma Wave e praticar com seus amigos. também pode ver o GW sendo usado de forma intensa e completa, o que ajuda a entender melhor sua utilidade. Top Web Resources - Flock. Waving Goodbye to 2009 - Flock. Tips for Google Wave - Flock. As I’m getting more and more into using Google Wave, I’m coming to appreciate its collaborative value.
The only way that I’m using it right now is as follows: I come up with an idea. I want another opinion about the idea. I write it up in Wave. I share it with others and get them to collaborate with me. There might be other ways to be using it. What’s worked well for me, so far, is as follows. Tips for Google Wave Make two or three “sections” inside the wave, making the “main body” section the “top” one, where all the “official” work goes on. In this method, I’m working on planning out my new business, working on a new book with Julien, and a few other projects. And You? What’s worked well for you so far?
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