Big news is breaking over at Mashable. On September 30th, Google will start sending out about 100,000 invites for the next version of Google Wave. (Right now, only a select number of people, mostly developers, have their hands on it.) You can sign up to be part of their next wave of testing subjects, here. What is Google Wave? A real-time communication platform that combines aspects of email, instant messaging, wikis, web chat, social networking, and project management. You can bring a group of friends or business partners together to discuss how your day has been or share files. Read more about it, here. Or, if you have a lot of time on your hands and love all things Google, check out this video.
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  • Wow, I totally disagree. Not in the "always-beta" thing (for god's sake, Gmail just got out of beta!), but what's the matter with Google's design? Wave is just awesome, at least for what we have seen, and Chrome, Android, etc, look just great.
  • I dunno.. google really needs to hire a design team.. their ideas are always great but everything just always seem to be in BETA.. so plain and blah...
  • Thank you so much for bringing this to us Alice! ^^ I think I already signed up back then when Wave was anounced, but just in case I'll do it again.
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