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Google Updates SEO Guide, Free Ebook Download 1 Reply

Transcribed into 40 languages since it's first release 2 years ago. Read the blog post & download here: http://bit.ly/g-seoguideHere’s what’s new:Glossary…Continue

Started by Matt Joswick. Last reply by Truman Leung Oct 8, 2010.

Google Wave - RIP 8 Replies

Its too bad they gave up so quickly. Given a multiyear investment I think they could have pulled it off.Google Blog: But despite these wins, and numerous loyal fans, Wave has not seen the user…Continue

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Started by Daniel Leuck. Last reply by Les Vogel Aug 6, 2010.

Google Pad: Search Giant Dreams of Chrome OS-based Tablets 5 Replies

Being a programmer and a general techie addict, I am not a big fan of closed platforms nor proprietary APIs. That's why something like Google Pad would be of interest to me. It's probably quite a bit…Continue

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Started by Konstantin A Lukin. Last reply by Konstantin A Lukin Apr 12, 2010.

Google Apps Premier Edition for the Enterprise 5 Replies

The purpose of this discussion forum is to discuss experiences with converting to and using GAPE for enterprise applications such as email, calendaring, contacts, collaboration, etc.Continue

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Started by David C. Brauer. Last reply by David C. Brauer Mar 22, 2010.

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Comment by Les Vogel on February 7, 2010 at 2:06pm
It has merit. I think it was announced prematurely as you say, so that developers could work on it, and corporations could figure out what it means. Google open sourced quite a bit of it. It works best if your using addons as well as several users.

In time, itʻs likely to be the next killer app. I can imagine it being the base tool for just about any group activity. Killer for defense, intelligence, software development, design, architecture, Television production, etc. You canʻt get to that future without establishing the starting point. Theyʻve now done that.
Comment by Daniel Leuck on February 7, 2010 at 12:57pm
I think the idea has merit, but it was announced prematurely.

I certainly agree with their assertion that managing long email threads is painful, prone to error, and difficult to follow. There has to be a better way.
Comment by Patrick Ahler on January 26, 2010 at 2:13pm
FAIL
Comment by Les Vogel on January 5, 2010 at 2:53pm
I've created a Maui Google Technical Users Group for those working with Google Technologies like Android, GWT, Hosted Apps, App Engine, etc.

They've asked that I create a GoogleGroup. To Join, please visit http://groups.google.com/group/maui-gtug
Comment by Gus Higuera on December 17, 2009 at 8:47am
Neat little presentation about Google Wave API's

http://prezi.com/sxuwendhwqsy/
Comment by Patrick Ahler on November 27, 2009 at 6:40am
If anyone still needs a Google wave invite just sign up here:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=wall&gid=186764554417

When you get one, you just have to post back 2 invites for the group.
Comment by Viil on November 25, 2009 at 10:11am
I've got a bunch of new invites too. I guess they are pushing out another round.
Comment by Tony Donnes on November 25, 2009 at 6:51am
I have some invites, too. Let me know if you'd like one.
Comment by Stephen McMahon on November 1, 2009 at 9:17am
Now I have some wave invites to give away. Let me know if you are interested.
Comment by Keith Powers on October 31, 2009 at 1:34am
Google Wave Federation: Why it Matters Written by Frederic Lardinois / October 30, 2009 10:00 AM / 5
http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/google_wave_federation_why_it_... According to The Next Web, the Google Wave team is getting ready to open up its servers for federation. This announcement may come as early as today.

The Google Wave we see today is only one part of what Wave is all about. Wave is also an open protocol that allows different Wave providers to run their own Wave servers. These are not just stand-alone Wave servers for internal use in a company, however. This protocol gives Wave providers the ability to exchange messages between different servers that are running Wave-based services, just like different email providers can pass emails back and forth thanks to standardized email protocols. Update: A Google spokesperson just told us that the company will have more news about the launch of the Wave federation program early next week - not today. What The Google Wave Federation Looks Like The Wave team likes to compare Wave to email - and just like email, Wave users will be able to exchange messages and share waves with Wave users on different servers. Right now, Google is the only Wave provider on the market. This will soon change. Wave providers will be able to use the Wave federation protocol to share updates and users only have to know the other users' wave address. A wave address looks just like an email address: @. To reach its potential as a ubiquitous new means for real-time communication, Wave has to be open and available to as many users as possible. If Wave only existed in Google's silo, it wouldn't be very interesting. wave_protocol_graph_oct09.pngIf you are interested in the technical background, Google offers a very readable White Paper about the Google Wave federation architecture. What Does This Mean for Users? Because it's a federated protocol, you could soon run your own Wave server. No pre-packaged distributions that would allow a user or company to set up a Wave server exist at this point, but it's only a matter of time before these will arrive. Hopefully, some of these will also experiment with alternative user interfaces that will extend the functionality of Wave beyond Google's current implementation. Companies will be able to host their own Wave servers and use them to communicate internally or with clients who run their own Wave servers. Many enterprise companies are still worried about storing their data in a hosted environment. If Google wants to make Wave palatable for this market, these companies need to have the ability to control their data and customize the experience for their employees.
 

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