The Next New Thing
In the late 60’s if was FM radio. Around the mid-70’s Datsun became “Nissan”. By the early 90’s it was this strange new phenom called “the internet”. After that, everything started approaching light-speed.
Today TNNT is born, lives, and can either survive or die within days, sometimes even hours.
Google WAVE is past a few months of life, now, and it’s likely to stay through the sheer force of it’s corporate support.
About two weeks ago, I got my Google Wave invitation, and was ecstatic, ‘cause for weeks and weeks, about 100,000 other geeks had it and I DIDN’T. That’s like denying Harry Reid access to The Next New Taxpayer.
OK, so now I have WAVE, and yes, it IS pretty cool….but the learning curve seem fairly steep (I’ve been swamped lately), and I’ve found maybe…10-15 contacts I know (Kat Keesling among them)…and most of them don’t seem to be using it.
So, how ‘bout it? Got Wave? Contact me. Just do a search for DAVE COURVOISIER. or use my e-mail: courvo<at>gmail.com.
Don’t have wave? I have about 3 or 4 invitations I can send out (Google awarded me 8 when I got my account). Let me know, and if I have any left, I’ll send you one.
Do I smell a VO group on WAVE?