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Can't attend Google I/O this week? You can follow along in Google Wave.

Remember Google Wave? The big buzz that we all talked about last year? (And that I wrote a good bit about here.) While some of us may have reduced (or dropped) our Wave usage, Google is naturally using it heavily and as 5,000+ developers all gear up for the big Google I/O conference this week in San Francisco, the word is out that you can follow along in "Live Waves" during the event. This big URL should take you there (assuming you have a Wave account):
https://wave.google.com/wave/?pli=1#restored:search:group%253Aio2010-wave%2540googlegroups.com+tag%253Aio2010,restored:wave:googlewave.com!w%252BeRiTZrZkCcw

You should see something like this:

googleiowaves.jpg

Note that if you are already in Wave you can simply enter this in the search box:

group:io2010-wave@googlegroups.com tag:io2010

If you aren't familiar with the idea of using "live waves" for conference note-taking, you may want to view my Emerging Tech Talk #40 video podcast where I demonstrated how Google Wave could be used this way.

Note: Thanks for Jay Cuthrell for tweeting out this info.

P.S. If you are out at Google I/O, please say hello to our Voxeo Labs team who will be in the Google I/O Sandbox demonstrating Voxeo technologies and how they work with Google services


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