Boo Hoo. You Didn’t Get a Google Wave Invitation.

Google Wave Hates You. That’s why you didn’t get an invite.

But that’s not my point. I just wanted to share this video courtesy of Shira Couric. It’s informative and hysterical, and there’s no greater moment of panhandling on the web than a restricted Google beta.

Naturally you’re saying to yourself, “surely Nalts must have an invite.” He’s a YouTube Partner and even painted his office the four colors of the Google logo. No. I don’t. And I’m not begging. In fact if I get an invite I might just RSVP, “sorry- busy on a Yahoo beta right now.”

In the meantime, you can go fool around with other products in Google Labs. Heck- you can even search photos by color preference.

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10 thoughts on “Boo Hoo. You Didn’t Get a Google Wave Invitation.”

  1. @2 Really? I’m pretty sure that this is the future of “communication-ness”. I’m excited about things like real time collaboration.

    I looked on eBay and Google Wave nominations/invites are going for $20-$35, and that’s with no guarantee of timely delivery since Google isn’t automatically sending invites to people other people invitee.

  2. It doesn’t seem to be much different than Google Docs to me. In fact, it seems to be the same thing but prettier and shorter. It’s like Twitter Docs or perhaps Private Office Twitter.

    I don’t really need that. Unless Docs merges with the service I can’t see myself employing it.

  3. We need this.

    Though there is another ap online that sorta does this, friend connect or something other…

    what makes this nice is most people are already logged into g-mail or yahoo, so it should open almost auto. But IBM has something brewing that is supposed to be in direct competition with this and g-mail.

    Course there’s the whole privacy thing they will have to contend with which means more google lawsuits and who doesn’t want to sue google?

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