5 How to use Google Wave YouTube videos to watch for better understanding of real-time collaboration

Google Wave has been out now for little over a year and depending on who you ask it's a great tool or it's a flop. Personally I'm a big fan of Google Wave and use it almost daily with my partners. Note I said with my partners because collaborating with others is the number one way to use Google Wave in it's current state. Yes you can take notes, make a to-do-list, or write blog post in Google Wave but to really understand the power of Google Wave it's best to use it working with a team on projections.

SXSW Presentation: Becoming Real-Time Video Blogger in 2010 – Future15 Session

I'm still playing catch-up from SXSWi but I wanted to share the presentation from the Future15 Becoming Real-Time Video Blogger in 2010 session I presented at SXSW. The Future15 sessions were new to SXSWi this year allowing for more speakers to participate in a 2 hour time block on a niche topic with each speaker having 15 minutes to present. I like to call it a mix of "ignite" like talks meets SXSW. Take a look at the presentation below and let me know what you think. It's currently being featured on Slideshare's Spotlight: South by SouthWest SXSW 2010 section today too.

9 practical ways to use Google Wave for business

It goes without saying that to some Google Wave was one of most overhyped technologies to launch in 2009. From being called a failed product to users widely complaining about how to just use the platform. And we're not talking about just the average users, even some of the social web elitist such as Kevin Rose who tweeted "playing w/google wave, what does this do exactly?" and Robert Scoble who tweeted "I don't like Google Wave and am avoiding using it until they make major UI fixes."

Other complaints about Google Wave have been that there is no real value to using it over other web [...]

BlogWorld Notes: The State of Technology & the Real Time Web via @louisgray #bw09

Lead by: Louis Gray

Video from WayneSutton.TV

My Notes:
Session Introduction
Everything is moving faster even it we like it or not

More data is being creating today more than ever
What is real-time
search and discovery
transport of data
live activity with requiring refresh

Real-time search
1st friendfeed
Google isn't providing real-time search like twitter and/or friendfeed

Friendfeed is like twitter search ++ and it has rich media
Real-Time search

Real-Time data export
Data is flowing everywhere
Problem is trying to get data
Pubsubhubbub = middle [...]

Twingly launches Real-Time social filter channels. (Invites)

From http://blog.twingly.com
The realtime web is overwhelming us with information. Search is not social. RSS is a broken promise. Twingly Channels brings a revolution to these three areas.

A Twingly Channel acts as a social filter on top of feeds and realtime search, allowing you to set up a social memetracker for any topic or event. The underlying idea is that by aggregating feeds and realtime search results into a channel where many people sharing the same interest can discuss and vote on the content (while also providing a filter to solve the prevalent problem of information [...]

Everything Real-Time …Yes, EVERYTHING

After a late night podcast with The Social Geeks, we came out with a spanking new idea that surprised us all: Everything Real-Time. Think of it as EverythingTwitter, except with real-time apps and services.
Essentially, what we aim to do is provide you with reviews and directions to the latest apps and services that are implementing real-time web features. They won’t always be complete real-time web services, but we want to catalog them all as the future of real-time information takes off. Be sure to check out the first posting on Lazyfeed.
Also don’t forget to check out these discounts [...]

5 new ways to filter, find and read blog content. Blogs are back!

It seems like innovation has hit the technology community again especially in the RSS / blogging / content aggregation sector. Just a few months ago everyone was talking about or how micro-blogging sites such as Twitter would kill blogs. People were saying RSS was too slow and everyone would be using people aggregation to find information in the terms of if something was important, people through social networks such as Facebook & Twitter would tell find information that way instead of reading blogs.

While that may stay true for some, new ways of filtering, finding and reading content have [...]