Google Wave is the new paradigm in collaborative working.

Let’s be clear Wave is not Twitter, it’s not Facebook, it’s not LinkedIn and it’s probably not like anything you’ll have seen before.

Wave promises to revolutionize the way people work together, offering real time content sharing, communication and collaboration. If you’re anything like us once you’ve tried it you’ll never want to work without it.

You can login using your Google account or sign up for FREE right now and join in our interactive demonstration on the night.

Date and Time

29 July 2010, 20:00 – 21:30 BST


Elaine Giles


With a promise of how Google Wave was going to revolutionise how we communicate and collaborate, we had a sizeable audience for this event. Elaine started by explaining the concept behind Wave and gave some examples of its use. We’ve actually been using it for a while ourselves. The real-time collaboration, which is one of the best features, means that it is ideal for the MacBites Show Notes.

As part of the event, a Wave was embedded inside a web page on the MacBites website, so participants were able to “get hands-on” and see for themselves the benefits of Google Wave.

As always there were plenty of questions and discussion.

Review by Mike Thomas