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A temporary deviation in a measurement from its baseline or its expected range.
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Our openness to exploring emerging technologies that might meet our collaborative editorial needs gave us the opportunity to try Wikispaces, Manymoon, Google Wave, DimDim, and Google Docs.
The effects of Google Wave would have impacted the industry in a very positive way because I know there are a lot of small companies that are working on a cloud-based collaborative platform," Rama says.
Although still under development, Google Wave would be of great use to scientists engaged in large studies that span multiple research groups or institutions.
The Google Wave chatting tool is too complicated for its own good, says Slate.
EVEN THOUGH GOOGLE WAVE WILL NOT BE released until later this year, it is already making, well, waves.
The suspension of IM services by Microsoft to Cuba and other countries, and the ban on Google Wave for Cubans are some examples of the growing need for it to develop its own digital products.
Google intends to raise collaboration to a new level with Google Wave (Google, 2009a) due for release sometime in 2009.
After failing a couple times already with Google Buzz and Google Wave the search giant finally succeeded at creating something that people are actually excited about using -especially alongside all the other popular Google apps and services.
Lively, Google Buzz, Google Video, Google Wave, Google Answers, Google TV, and Google TV 2 are just the abject failures I can list off the top of my head.
Google Wave, like Google+, started as an invitation only service.
com)-- Leading mind mapping and collaborative working innovator MindMeister announced today the public beta launch of their Google Wave gadget.