Friday, November 27, 2009

Google Wave invites up for grabs!

Google Wave is a personal collaboration and communication tool announced by Google in their May 27 conference. It is designed to merge tools such as instant messaging, e-mail, wikis and social networking into one web-based service.

The name was inspired by the Firefly television series in which a Wave is an electronic communication (often consisting of a video call or video message). As this tool supports extensions, Google plans to release most of the source code as open source, allowing the public to develop its features through extensions.

As of this writing, I still have 12 available invites to share. If you want one, please let me know by leaving your Google e-mail address in the comments section below. Please note that once I send you an invite, you won't be able to receive a notification at once. It will take some time, as Google is still polishing a lot of things to improve this tool.