Sunday, 6 December 2009

Free Google Wave invitations


Have you heard of Google Wave yet?
I guess most of you answered with a definite YES. For you two ignorant goat herdsmen, who haven't heard of it yet due to a busy goat herding season or something, it is time to get out of your cave and take a look at Wave's interesting features directly from members of the Google team.


Even if it might seem this thing has nothing to do with blogging and even less with photography, that is not the case.
Google Wave is a powerful communication platform which among other features also allows you to automatically publish your communications (interactions or "waves" as they are called) on your blog. You can also easily share your photos with your friends.
These are just a couple of the features that Google Wave offers. If you want to know more, simply go to wave.google.com and check it out for yourself.


Let me finally get to the point... Recently I have been invited to use Google Wave and awarded a few invitations myself. I have 5 invitations left and since Santa Claus spirit is in the air I decided to give them away to my readers.


If you are interested simply leave your request with an email address in a comment to this post.

25 comments:

Rachel Cotterill 6 December 2009 at 16:07  

I already have it (so I don't need one of your invites) but I have to confess I've found it a bit awkward to use, so far. I don't think I've yet found the 'killer' use that makes it indispensible to me.

Marko 6 December 2009 at 16:27  

They do advertise it as almost the best thing since the invention of the wheel.
I am also skeptical about various predictions that it is supposed to wipe out every other electronic communication channel we use today (including FB and Skype).

I haven't used it much so far, so I can't judge it yet. Well, let's wait and see...

andy,  7 December 2009 at 12:58  

Online collaborating and teaching can work, If you have trust and the right tools.
I recently tried http://www.showdocument.com - good app for uploading documents and working on them in real-time.
Most file types are supported and it needs no installation. - andy

Emm 13 December 2009 at 18:45  

Wow. That video was really interesting! I had no idea it was so complex!!

I love the Rosy Etta app!

Anonymous,  16 December 2009 at 01:46  

Haven't found a site that's giving away the invites yet. These guys are having a contest though.


http://www.angryclam.com/2009/12/25-google-wave-invite-giveaway/

Marko 16 December 2009 at 08:32  

Hmmm, it seems the demand for these invitations isn't all that huge...

I guess people have too much of such applications as it is. Google will actually have to offer some great new features to make a breakthrough. I hope they actually do have something up their sleeves.

S.K. 17 December 2009 at 09:02  

Well I would really love an invite if you have any available. I am a college student majoring in Communication and that would be really helpful.

email is: stavros.kal@gmail.com

thanks in advance

Marko 17 December 2009 at 11:32  

@S.K.:
It shall be done. ;)
Use it well my friend.

Crazed singer! 17 December 2009 at 20:16  

I'd love an invitation. I want to use it to communicate with other members of the band I'm in so that we can discuss set lists and song structures when we're not face to face. Of course, I'll have to convince them to get Google Wave as well...!

Thanks in advance,
my email address is:
bandbeginnings@googlemail.com

Marko 17 December 2009 at 21:29  

@Crazed singer!:
It's on the way.

That's an excellent idea! I'll suggest it to my brother, who is also quite active in the band area.

If you are interested, you can check out his blog at tuba-blogging.blogspot.com.

Crazed singer! 17 December 2009 at 22:30  

Cool, I'll check his blog out.

Thanks for the Google Wave invite, I'm logged in and trying it out! :)

Biff 20 December 2009 at 18:42  

I would like an invitation. I want to start a wave of our family trip and have all 18 of us post our individual photos.

Email
speter7272@gmail.com

N 21 December 2009 at 19:23  

Can i have an invite plz? i'd like to try it out.

thanks

nkhl202@gmail.com

Anonymous,  26 December 2009 at 22:17  

hola me gustaria que me envies una invitacion para google wave.
desde ya muchas gracias y saludos desde Argentina
hernan@toscano.com.ar

darasridhar 27 December 2009 at 10:37  

Can i have an Google wave invite plz? i'd like to try it out.

thanks

darasridhar@gmail.com

Marko 27 December 2009 at 11:27  

In my post I stated that only the first five of you my readers will get invites.
Since in the meantime Google has been so kind to award me more of the invites, everyone shall have one (until I run out of them).

Happy holidays to everyone!

Anonymous,  29 December 2009 at 08:25  

one for me aswell plz
reg@gmx.com

Maria J 31 December 2009 at 17:52  
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J 4 January 2010 at 02:44  

One for me? Thanks!

jontienhaara@gmail.com

Anonymous,  6 January 2010 at 00:38  

one to get a google wave invitation plz chap.chaperone@googlemail.com
thanks a lot

Ishan Patel 12 January 2010 at 10:03  

Hi,
I would be glad if invite me for Google Wave.

My email id is : iim1991@gmail.com

Many thanks in advance.

Ishan Patel,
Student - Computer Engineering.

Marko 14 January 2010 at 20:48  

There are still some left... Google keeps providing new ones. :)

However if you want it, you'll have to share your email with me.

John 19 January 2010 at 02:21  

I'd be interested in an invite.

j o h n n y m s @ gmail dot com
(no spaces; I'm avoiding bots)

Jimackos 25 February 2010 at 09:09  

Hello!!! :)
Are there any invitations to google wave left? Could I have one please?! I would really appreciate it!!! Thanks in advance!! :D

jimackos.89@gmail.com

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