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I miss blind, dumb enthusiasm for new tech

28/05/2019

Today marks 10 years since Google stoked great excitement in the tech community by unveiling a new product called Wave. I remember it clearly, because that day I sat down on my sofa 5,000 miles away from Google’s developer conference and wrote my first ever post as a paid tech journalist, trying to make sense of...
Today marks 10 years since Google stoked great excitement in the tech community by unveiling a new product called Wave. I remember it clearly, because that day I sat down on my sofa 5,000 miles away from Google’s developer conference and wrote my first ever post as a paid tech journalist, trying to make sense of what exactly Wave was. To this day, it’s difficult to explain Wave. Essentially, it let you collaborate with others in real-time  —  a first for the web of a decade ago. But when users got their hands on it, they were left confused about… This story continues at The Next Web Today marks 10 years since Google stoked great excitement in the tech community by unveiling a new product called Wave. I remember it clearly, because that day I sat down on my sofa 5,000 miles away from Google’s developer conference and wrote my first ever post as a paid tech journalist, trying to make sense of what exactly Wave was. To this day, it’s difficult to explain Wave. Essentially, it let you collaborate with others in real-time  —  a first for the web of a decade ago. But when users got their hands on it, they were left confused about… This story continues at The Next Web
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