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Wave Invites Is a Web Site Dedicated to Sharing Wave Invites


On Google Wave launch day, we gave readers an open thread dedicated to handing out and receiving Wave invites—an enterprise that quickly turned into an unwieldy 2,300+ comment thread. Web site Google Wave Invites offers a more organized alternative.

By nature of the way Google is handing out Wave invites, it’s difficult to know with any amount of certainty that s

omeone has sent you an invite because Google isn’t instantly sending invitations to people you invite. Instead, they’re going through them one at a time—meaning that the Lifehacker editors who I invited as soon as I got access, for example, still haven’t received their invitations.

I’m happy to open up this thread to people who have invitations and specifically want to give them out to fellow Lifehacker readers. Please only reply to people who’re offering invites. Don’t just paste your email in the comments hoping someone will grab it. It’s probably not gonna happen.

That said, one adventurous, helpful web developer put together a web site dedicated specifically to the giving away and receiving of Google Wave invites—called Google Wave Invites—and it seems worth a try if you’re looking for an invite with a little better system in place than what we can accomplish in the comments.

If you have been enjoying the spoils of Wave, let’s hear how you’ve liked using it so far in the comments.

Google Wave Invites [via Mashable]

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