Google Bleg

Erik Kain

Erik writes about video games at Forbes and politics at Mother Jones. He's the contributor of The League though he hasn't written much here lately. He can be found occasionally composing 140 character cultural analysis on Twitter.

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  1. sidereal says:
    It’s in beta and it’s unstable. Mine has a tendency to crash fairly frequently. However, on pages on which it doesn’t crash, it’s quite good.

    Wave invite sent.Report

  2. I don’t have any real use for Google Wave at the moment. It would be great for work since all of my coworkers live in other states but my company is hopelessly slow in adopting new technologies like this (we just upgraded to Windows XP last month).

    What I will say is that I am unashamedly a huge Google fan. I use Gmail, myself and the wife and kids all have our Google Calendars linked so we can keep each other updated on events, homework, etc. I use Google Reader to follow 50 blogs or so. I use Google Docs to help my oldest daughter with school papers when she’s staying at her mother’s. I really like the way everything works together in a seamless fashion. I just need to make the commitment to Google Chrome and give it an honest try for awhile.Report

  3. JosephFM says:

    The best way to run it, IMO, is to compile your own Chromium build, using the command terminal:

    But I would say that. I did it for Ubuntu at one point.Report