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Google has announced that despite Wave's demise as a Google App, its open source code will continue to be developed into a fully functional application available to anyone with the desire to host it.

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Google Wave has added the ability to remove participants from any wave. It's a somewhat complex feature (you wouldn't want someone to be able to, say, delete your email or shared documents), but Google came up with an elegant solution.

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Google just turned on email notifications in Wave. That's great news if you've gotten your hands on an invite but haven't kept up with the going-ons inside — easy to do when you're not in the habit of visiting the site.

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Besides a killer algorithm and brand-name recognition, Google's greatest strength is its speed at releasing new products. We get to play with new, cool and ever-improving tools for free. Recently, though, we've seen that being unwitting lab subjects can kind of stink.

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One of the most-needed missing features in the Google Wave preview rolls out this week: user access permissions. Now, rather than everyone being able to edit everyone else's blips in a total free-for-all, the creator of a wave can add users and groups and give them either full access to edit everything or read-only access. The binary choice is still too limiting, but GOOG says that "Reply only" access is on its way.