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What is Google Wave?

Google Wave Protocol was demo’d at the 2009 Google IO Conference in May this year.
You can see the long developer’s demo video. But, below is a shorter introduction to this new radical concept that may, one day, become a replacement to ‘traditional’ email.

There is one key aspect of Wave that the video (above) does not [...]

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