Waving at conferences

“Attendees will be able “live wave:” view live notes, ask questions via a Google Moderator gadget, and discuss content.”

Sounds interesting – while I’ve participated in a number of live waving at conferences before, and the use case is pretty much laid out, it wasn’t a big hit so far. This may be due to a number of reasons, including limited responsiveness of the Wave servers and not enough visibility among the fellow attendees (2500 people at LeWeb and only a handful of Wave-istas, yuck). It’s good to see that Google is tackling these obstacles.

Posted via web from stirring the frogpond

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