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3 Set/10

Wave in a Box

Wave in a Box

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); So very excited that Google has announced an installable release of Google Wave, “Wave in a box.” Of course I’d like to sell a few more books, but post-Wave I’m also ruined to classic, linear group chat. Can’t wait to try to get an installation up and running. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Wave in a Box Technorati...

5 Ago/10

On Google Wave and “Failed” Experiments

On Google Wave and “Failed” Experiments

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Yesterday while I was on the air with Jeff and Leo recording TWiG, Google announced that they are halting development on Wave. The webapp will be available till the end of the year–with mechanisms to export your current wave data–and the code will remain open source. As the author of the first user guide on Wave, I spent this morning doing interviews with tech journalists about what this all means. Here are some...

13 Lug/10

Buy The Complete Guide to Google Wave, Get the Ebook Free

Buy The Complete Guide to Google Wave, Get the Ebook Free

Copies of The Complete Guide to Google Wave have been selling like hotcakes, and unsurprisingly, the ebook has moved a lot faster than the print version. We’ve still got a stack of full-color, hold-in-your-hand paperback books just dying for a home, so we’ve got a special deal: if you buy the paperback book for $25, you’ll get the ebook free, emailed to you on the spot for instant gratification while you wait for the softcover to arrive at your door. The electronic...


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10 Lug/10

This Week in Google, Episode 50

This Week in Google, Episode 50

Jeff and Leo and I chatted about Droid X, Prince, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and the iPhone 4 in our latest episode of TWiG. Also, listeners are helping send an Android phone into space! My tip this week: Chrome to Phone, which pushes your open Chrome tabs to your phone with the click of a button, for browsing on the go. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google, Episode 50 Technorati Tags: complete-guide, ebook, episode-50, Facebook, gina-trapani, google-accounts,...

20 Mag/10

Live from Google I/O: Waving Thursday’s Keynote

Live from Google I/O: Waving Thursday’s Keynote

Yesterday’s live wave coverage of the Google I/O keynote was so much fun we’re doing it again today. The Day 2 keynote starts at 8:30am (in less than 20 minutes), and Adam Pash, Kevin Marks and I will be live-waving it. Watch the live video stream on YouTube and follow along in the live wave embedded below. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Live from Google I/O: Waving Thursday’s Keynote Technorati Tags: digital, Facebook, gina-trapani, google-wave,...

19 Mag/10

Live from Google I/O: Waving Wednesday’s Keynote

Live from Google I/O: Waving Wednesday’s Keynote

Google kicks off its annual two-day developerfest Google I/O today in San Francisco, and no doubt there are goodies in store during the opening keynote this morning from 9 until 10:30am Pacific Time. Google TV? Google Storage? Android 2.2? A better Buzz, Wave, or Chrome? You can watch the live video stream on YouTube as it happens. I’ll be in a seat in the audience at the Moscone Center, live-typing commentary in the wave embedded below, along with Adam Pash from Lifehacker, Leo...

3 Mag/10

Embed Waves on Your Web Site That Anyone Can See

Embed Waves on Your Web Site That Anyone Can See

Google just released an easy way to embed waves on your web site. The Google Wave web element puts a wave on any web page–with anonymous access. That means even people not signed into Wave can read and watch waves that you’ve made public and embedded. (Wavers, here’s how to make a wave public.) Anonymous users can watch a wave change over time on your site, but they won’t be able to edit it. Let’s give it a try. After the jump, check out my first embedded...

22 Feb/10

What is Google Wave?

What is Google Wave?

Over at Macworld this morning, I took a shot at explaining what Google Wave is (and isn’t). Even in a post Wave-backlash and Buzz world, I’m still bullish about Wave. It’s the best collaboration webapps I’ve ever used. Once you’ve experienced inline replies in a wave with your group, you never want to email again. Continua a leggere – Original Link: What is Google Wave? Technorati Tags: bylines, cloud computing, Facebook, google-wave, laptop, latest-videos,...

8 Feb/10

How to Ditch GoDaddy (Redux)

How to Ditch GoDaddy (Redux)

Last year’s trashy GoDaddy SuperBowl commercials annoyed me enough to switch domain registrars; this year’s just confirmed I made the right decision. If you want out, here’s what I posted about it last year: Yes, I knew that popular, cheap domain registrar GoDaddy always used sex to sell their services, and yes, their bullying upsells always bugged me, but yesterday’s Super Bowl ad shot my “Stop doing business with GoDaddy” to-do to the top of my list....

2 Feb/10

Control Your Email Inbox with Three Folders

Control Your Email Inbox with Three Folders

I’m thrilled to announced a new series of weekly videos and blog posts that I’ll be publishing at FastCompany.com called “Work Smart,” which will cover personal productivity in a digital world. Long-time Lifehacker readers will recognize much of the material, but some fantastic editing and animation make each 2-4 minute video segment a whole new, fun format. The debut Work Smart video segment takes on the age old digital productivity problem: email overload. In...

19 Gen/10

If Twitter Had Been Around in Dr. King’s Day

If Twitter Had Been Around in Dr. King’s Day

His tweets would have looked like this. Continua a leggere – Original Link: If Twitter Had Been Around in Dr. King’s Day Technorati Tags: digital, dr. martin luther king, Facebook, find-out-more, google-wave, laptop, twitter, Windows, work

8 Dic/09

Chrome Beta for Mac/Linux Released

Chrome Beta for Mac/Linux Released

Today Google finally releases a beta of Google Chrome for Mac and Linux. I’ve been using a Chromium build on my Mac for awhile now, and while it’s faster than Firefox on the Mac, it’s not nearly as fast and stable as the Windows version of Chrome. Also, without Google Gears for Mac OS X 10.6, Chrome and Google webapps are even less useful on the Mac. While I was on the road with my MacBook over the last few weeks, I found myself missing my desktop PC back at home only...

20 Nov/09

Better Gmail 2’s Favicon Unread Count Fixed

Better Gmail 2’s Favicon Unread Count Fixed

Just released a fixer-upper version of the Better Gmail 2 Firefox extension which cleans up some wreckage a recent Gmail API change left behind. Specifically, the change broke Eric Bogs’ and Peter Wooley’s excellent favicon alert scripts, and man did THAT upset users. Happily, Eric and Peter came up with fixes right quick, and version 0.9.7 includes them. Here’s where to get it. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Better Gmail 2’s Favicon Unread Count Fixed Technorati...

12 Nov/09

My Latest, Favorite Google Wave Tips and Updates

My Latest, Favorite Google Wave Tips and Updates

Been hard at work readying The Complete Guide to Google Wave for its PDF debut this month. The Wave team has been making it more difficult with (welcome) changes to the app on the final days of copyedit. I’ve been updating a book-specific Twitter stream, @gwaveguide, with Wave news and tips, but wanted to round up three of my favorite must-know items here. You already know that public waves are a great way to interact with people on Google Wave (especially if your friends and co-workers...

12 Nov/09

Adopt a Freelancer’s Mindset (Even If You’re a Nine-to-Fiver)

Adopt a Freelancer’s Mindset (Even If You’re a Nine-to-Fiver)

Freelancers work a whole lot differently than nine-to-fivers, but thinking like a freelancer can help along your career, even if you’re working full-time for a big company. Over at Harvard Business Online this week, I ran down how employees can benefit from a freelancer’s mindset. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Adopt a Freelancer’s Mindset (Even If You’re a Nine-to-Fiver) Technorati Tags: career, digital, Facebook, firefox, freelance, gina-trapani,...

2 Nov/09

My New Book: The Complete Guide to Google Wave

My New Book: The Complete Guide to Google Wave

I’m tickled pink to finally announce the project I’ve been hard at work on for weeks now: my new book, The Complete Guide to Google Wave, is now available to read and share for free at completewaveguide.com. Anyone who reads my stuff or listens to This Week in Google knows that I’m a Google Wave nut. Yes, it’s a hyped, complex, do-it-all web application, but the sheer ambition is part of Wave’s appeal for me. Since I logged onto Wave’s developer sandbox...

17 Ott/09

Google Wave Does Great Film Reenactments [Google Wave]

Google Wave Does Great Film Reenactments [Google Wave]

If you were looking to quickly understand how you might someday put Google Wave to good use, then this two-minute video makes a lot of sense. That’s not what these videos are about. If, on the other hand, you want to see someone having a little fun with Wave and its support for real-time conversations and multimedia integration, these videos are a good watch. The first, above, reenacts a not-safe-for-work scene from Pulp Fiction, while the second, below, reenacts Good Will Hunting. ...

14 Ott/09

Google Wave’s Best Use Cases

Google Wave’s Best Use Cases

Phew! After poring over 661 Google Wave invitation contest submissions, I highlighted some of Wave’s best use cases over at Lifehacker this morning. See how Wave will help people get things done in medicine, academia, transportation, journalism, entertainment, disaster relief, business, family life, and more. Thanks to everyone who took the time to describe what they do and how they want to use realtime collaboration to streamline it. Congrats to all the winners–your invitation...

8 Ott/09

Win a Google Wave Invite with Your Best Use Case

Win a Google Wave Invite with Your Best Use Case

Update: The contest is now over, and here are a few of the winners. Want an invitation to Google Wave? Tell us what you’re going to use Google Wave for, and we’ll nominate the folks who describe the best use case. Google was kind enough to give us a few dozen extra Wave nominations, and we want to give them to people who will put Wave through its paces in real-world situations. We’re not going to ask you to write a haiku, but we are going to ask you to tell us how you’ll...

13 Giu/09

Google Wave Questions and Answers

Google Wave Questions and Answers

After whinging loudly about not having access to the Google Wave preview, Santa GOOG dropped an invite off in my inbox last night. Sadly I have no invites to give you, but I want to share the love how I can. Last night I held a Wave Q&A on Twitter, where folks asked anything they wanted to know about the app and I did my best to answer. I’m no Wave expert, but now that I’ve got my dirty little paws on it I had some insights and screenshots to share. The question and answer...