Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Google Wave of wonder

This tripped my shit out:

Watch Multiple Cursors Type into the Same Wave

The first time you're reading or adding content to a wave at the same time one of your contacts is editing that wave, something interesting will catch your eye: Wave displays a participant's changes to that wave in real-time, keystroke by keystroke. Within the blip, a colored cursor, labeled with the owner's name, moves through the text as that person types, as shown in Figure 2-6. Wave can show more than one cursor working within a given wave as well. Wherever you see this cursor on your screen is exactly where that user's cursor is on his screen. Active waves with lots of participants are a spectacle to watch, with multi-colored names typing text before your eyes, live.

2 comments:

Vanceey said...

Is there any way to get a google wave invite? I have been trying via the lifehacker.com open thread; however I am not an approved commenter and I am unable to attain any of the invites everyone is giving away.
vance(dot)lyles(at)gmail(dot)com

Nic Fit said...

Good luck! I've been trying to get one all afternoon, but all I got was spam and other users asking me for invites!