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Adobe Wave
Sunday July 12th 2009, 2:58 pm
Category: Marketing Trends

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Have to admit, the new Wave concept is taking hold and it will seriously change the way we communicate on the internet. A desktop notification system, Wave bypasses browsers and brings messages directly to your desktop. When you think of it, email is riddled with problems. The chance of some intervening mechanism preventing message distribution is great, always leaving you wondering, did my email get there or didn’t it, and if not, why not.

What bliss life would be without email, phishing, and spam. Twitter is infinitely more fun than struggling for hours with a full inbox of email messages, subsequently sorting and filing it into folders. Tweets are realtime, short, to the point, giving you the option of linking (or not) to greater detail via simple link. Twitterfall is a blessing, so is Seesmic Desktop and the numerous other Twitter applications that have been emerging rapidly.

Wave capabilities are said to include drag and drop addition of attachments to messages and Wave can be embedded into your blog and social networks. Your editing shows up immediately across all live embedded Waves unlike Twitter. It’s possible to share and merge documents, useful in collaborative documents. Games can be constructed as Wave gadgets.>>
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