Posts Tagged ‘google wave’

What Google Wave’s demise taught us

Friday, August 13th, 2010

In social media, we are trained to be creative and put both innovation and social engagements online at the top of the priority heap. Google, among many other companies, is in the forefront of this curve with one service cropping up after another. However, with all their forward-facing attitude and love for it, Google Wave, one of their recently touted “innovative” products, got the axe last week.


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Google Wave Turns One

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

image from Shekhar_Sahu

Last week, Google Wave turned one year old. After a slow roll-out based on an invitation-only launch strategy, the platform enjoyed extensive conversations of its role in the future of online communication, but very little practice. Unfortunately, not much has changed, and the few individuals who were working in Wave at first have, on the whole, abandoned the platform since.


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Communication Tool Chess Moves

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Image from Inc. Magazine by Philip Toledano

Over the past few months I have become very engaged and interested in ways to communicate with your team beyond the typical confines of a traditional office. It started when Justin Levy invited me to write for Workshifting and continued through a recent issue of Inc Magazine where the magazine went rogue and operated in a remote working situation for the month to test out its feasibility and how all these communication platforms can help you get more done and be more effective.


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