Wave Crash

Google pulled the plug on it’s Wave. Despite several attempts I never “got it.” It appears I wasn’t the only one.

5 Comments Wave Crash

  1. andrew@twosittingducks.com

    I wanted to like Wave so much. When it launched, I was excited. But I could just never really grok it. And there was no way that I could introduce others to the Wave, because if I didn’t get it, how could I possibly explain it to them? Great technology, but just too confusing!

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  2. andrew@twosittingducks.com

    I wanted to like Wave so much. When it launched, I was excited. But I could just never really grok it. And there was no way that I could introduce others to the Wave, because if I didn’t get it, how could I possibly explain it to them? Great technology, but just too confusing!

    Reply
  3. andrew@twosittingducks.com

    I wanted to like Wave so much. When it launched, I was excited. But I could just never really grok it. And there was no way that I could introduce others to the Wave, because if I didn’t get it, how could I possibly explain it to them? Great technology, but just too confusing!

    Reply
  4. andrew@twosittingducks.com

    I wanted to like Wave so much. When it launched, I was excited. But I could just never really grok it. And there was no way that I could introduce others to the Wave, because if I didn’t get it, how could I possibly explain it to them? Great technology, but just too confusing!

    Reply
  5. andrew@twosittingducks.com

    I wanted to like Wave so much. When it launched, I was excited. But I could just never really grok it. And there was no way that I could introduce others to the Wave, because if I didn’t get it, how could I possibly explain it to them? Great technology, but just too confusing!

    Reply

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