As Web 2.0 matures, new entrants are starting to find ways to extract value in innovative ways.
Google Wave is a cacophony of functionality that doesn’t even try to reveal its value or purpose to the user. You have to be determined to use Google Wave in order to make it work for you.
We’re accustomed to a digital world of asynchrony. But as bandwidth becomes the norm and communication becomes more real-time, can we design the human-centric systems to buffer the effects?
With all the buzz around the invitation-only beta release of Google Wave last week, you might be excused for not noticing the much quieter and, in the humble opinion of this writer, far more significant launch of a little tool […]