What is google wave?
Google Wave is an online tool for real-time communication and collaboration. It is still in beta, And it is an invite-only tool.
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. Waves are shared and live.
It’s like Google superglued Gmail to Facebook, nailed it to MediaWiki, and added MS Office’s premier superfeature: track changes. They then swirled it all around, sprinkled on some fairdust on it, made it as abstract as possible.
Not that anyone has a use for it.
Like I said before, Google Wave is still in beta; Its not yet opened to the public. But when that happens, It will explode. Probably so much Google will be overwhelmed![ad#ad-2]
Google wave has the potential to replace forums as we know them. It takes everything good about forums and adds in cool extras and the flow of converation can be as fast as you want it to be. Too bad there aren’t too much people on there.
Works good and smooth on Chrome, Eats CPU on Firefox 3.5 but got better on 3.6.
That’s all for now about Google Wave.