Google Wave may be in invite-only preview and still lack important features, but early adopters ARE using it — and we want to hear about it. Tell us about how you use Wave on a day-to-day basis, and your use case just might get included in The Complete Guide to Google Wave, the first book about Wave.
My co-author Adam and I are updating the book to replace theoretical, potential uses for Wave with real-world case studies of actual humans putting Google Wave to good use. We need your help. If you’re waving regularly, please tell us about it, and we may include your story in the book.
Here’s how to submit your Wave use case: wave me at [email protected], with the title “My Wave Use Case”, and describe how you’re using Google Wave right now to get things done with your group. The more specific you can get about your Wave process, what benefits and drawbacks it has, and what gadgets and robots you use, the better. Include a clear screenshot of an example wave. (Don’t worry, we can blur out any sensitive information in the screenshots if we choose to publish it in the book.) By waving me your use case, you’ll be giving us permission to publish it in The Complete Guide to Google Wave, which is licensed under Creative Commons — so be sure to let us know how you’d like to be identified in the book.
Adam and I both thank you in advance for your help. Can’t wait to hear how you wave.
The Cheapest NBN 50 Plans
Here are the cheapest plans available for Australia’s most popular NBN speed tier.