November 2009


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Patrick Haggerty <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 3 Nov 2009 10:59:55 -0600
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I too received my Google Wave invite over the weekend.  It's kinda 
lonely, though, so if anyone on it would like to add me as a contact or 
add me to any in progress UofM Waves, I'd be delighted!



Patrick Haggerty

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On 11/3/09 10:47 AM, John Brian Becker wrote:
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> I just received my Google Wave invite a few days ago. If there are any 
> in progress University of Minnesota Google Waves, I would like to be 
> added to those waves.
> Thanks,
> JB
> John Brian Becker
> 220 Cooke Hall
> School of Kinesiology
> 612.625.1007
> David Naughton wrote:
>> +1
>> How about if those of us on Wave share our addresses? [log in to unmask]
>> On Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 09:36:28AM -0500, Tony Thomas wrote:
>>> I'm not sure how many of us at the U have preview access to Google
>>> Wave yet, but it might be interesting to try to set up a Wave for the
>>> Web Dev meetings as a way to discuss the meeting topics and follow up
>>> with resources, links&  etc. from the presenters. There may not be
>>> time to get it going today, but perhaps at a future meeting.
>>> I've had the opportunity to use Wave for real-time collaboration
>>> recently. It's handy, even if still a little buggy.
>>> My thought was one Wave per meeting. The Twin Cities Wave has been
>>> fun, but has grown into monster. There's something to be said for
>>> limiting the subject matter IMO.