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Thanks for this write up, it’s a nice summary on Google Wave.

Repliers here and on other websites don’t seem to realize what’s possible with Wave. Hell, even I haven’t been able to fully understand where the limit is to what Wave can do. But basically it will be next way of communicating. I imagine it like this:

You have a business which runs it’s own wave server (much like most businesses run their own e-mail servers). On this wave server you do all the communication/collaboration stuff: you share documents (and write them up), do the messaging (like we used to do e-mail and IM), etc. This is much like Microsoft Exchange (which, btw, is usually selfhosted by companies – not run on Microsoft servers) and other Microsoft products like Sharepoint.

But where Exchange and Sharepoint stop at the border of an organization (due to propriety protocols, for instance), wave is as an open protocol as e-mail is: now you e-mail everyone (doesn’t matter whether they are inside or outside the organization), with Wave you will collaborate and communicate with everyone.

But it goes further: it will do all your internet-communication. Your communication on blogs and forums (like replying) will also be available in wave. Eventually wave will be your way to communicate to all kind of different services. And at some point it will probably replace a lot of the ‘older’ services like e-mail, IM and Twitter as well, just because wave can do this (and do this better).

A small example: e-mail (SMTP) was build on a basis of trust (like a lot of the old internet protocols), people never imagined it being abused like it is today (94% of all e-mail is spam). This was never imagined because the amount of spam in our snailmail is not as much; to bad that ‘they’ didn’t think that the Internet would be such a big thing these days and that sending e-mail is so easy a widely spread ;). Wave is developed with the knowledge we have today: we look at the internet in a much different way and it’s fully incorporated into our lives; spam will probably be a thing of the past.

Now don’t worry about Google going for world domination, this will all be released open source (all of it: the client, the server). People can even write up their own wave servers, as long as they use the protocol thought of by Google. This is the same as with e-mail. And yes, if you don’t communicate with users on Google’s own wave platform then Google will never know you’re even using wave (exactly the same as Google doesn’t know your e-mail address if you’ve never e-mailed to a Gmail user).

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We just released another robot and gadget for Google Wave.

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