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I’ll update the counter on top as I progress with the giveaway

Google Wave on Ulitzer

Invites left: 26 8

Looks like Google sent out another bunch of invitations for Wave & since most of my friends are already on Wave, I thought why not give it away. So, in case you want one, just drop a comment (don’t forget to protect it against spamming by substituting @ with [at] & the likes) or mail with your name & email address. I’ll update the counter on top as I progress with the giveaway.

I’ve used Wave to collaborate on a couple of projects in the last couple of weeks. Some features are not yet functional, but it does look pretty promising. And yes, it seems that Wave is more responsive on Google Chrome than Firefox.

P.S. It wouldn’t hurt if you did your bit for the Water initiative by scrolling down to the Socialvibe widget on the sidebar & adding your signature to the cause on my blog.

Update (26/11): Sent out 6 invitations based on requests received in Facebook.

Update (27/11): I've sent out more invites based on comments on my blog & on Facebook.

Posted in Collaboration, Giveaway, Google, Invitation, Wave

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Aditya Banerjee is currently working as a Management Trainee in Cadbury India Ltd. He completed his Master of Management from the Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay. He worked as an Application Developer in Kolkata for IBM India from August 2005 to July 2008. He graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras in 2005 with a Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering degree. He passed out from school in 2001, and also represented India in the International Chemistry Olympiad in the same year, winning a Silver Medal.

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maipeng 12/18/09 11:56:00 AM EST

I would love an invite too..

Thank you.

ligong 12/14/09 10:08:30 AM EST

Would you please send me an invitation

Thanks alot

edchang 12/14/09 09:10:19 AM EST

Please send me an invite


shellyse 12/04/09 01:49:09 PM EST

I'd like an invite please


randylee 12/04/09 11:44:47 AM EST

Please send me an invite.


pcobb 12/03/09 10:25:49 PM EST

I would be so happy if you have more left, one for me! patrice(dot)cobb(at)gmail(dot)com

tmksam 12/03/09 09:09:55 AM EST

Please send me an invite.
Thank You in andvance.
tmksam [at] gmail.com

lacrosselil 12/03/09 04:04:51 AM EST

Hi there, yes please for a WAVE invitation.


hyper78 12/03/09 12:17:00 AM EST

I am another that would love an invite :) Thanks for the opportunity.

hyper [dot] mum [at] gmail [dot] com

bmanuel 12/02/09 05:26:47 PM EST

Thanks for the wave...please send me an invitation to WAVE

bman72 [at] gmail.com


mkalioby 12/02/09 11:24:50 AM EST

Would you please send me one

Thanks alot

katherine.x4s 12/01/09 04:30:25 PM EST


Could you please send a wave invitation to my email please??

Thanks a bunch.

[email protected]

p.s. I do not worry about spam email. ^-^

bwest 12/01/09 03:31:49 PM EST

can you please send me an invitation. [email protected]


Samboeire 12/01/09 06:40:13 AM EST

I'd very much love an invitation: samboeire [at] gmail [dot] com.

Thank you for the offer.

Ripz 11/30/09 07:22:00 PM EST

hi, please please can i have a wave invite

stevenmcdowall [at] gmail.com

thankyou very much

lvwiv 11/30/09 03:56:52 PM EST

Dear Sir, Please do forward a Google Wave Invitation to lvw.iv4 (at) gmail (dot) com, at your earliest convenience?

Much appreciated!

ericabrahamson 11/30/09 03:48:16 PM EST

Ericabrahamson [at] aya [dot] yale [dot] edu.
Thanks for the wave. I'm a senior Computer Science Major at Cal State East Bay in Hayward and an IT Assistant at the SEVA Foundation in Berkeley, CA.

nklata 11/30/09 12:23:31 AM EST

Hi Aditya

Thanks . Can u pls send me an invitation to nklata[at]yahoo.com


Mkorn1 11/29/09 09:30:07 PM EST

MKorn1 at gmail

I would really appreciate an invite. Thanks in advance!

contraspontanus 11/29/09 12:37:44 PM EST

collands (AT) gmail com

I'd be very grateful for an invitation.
Thank you.

gl 11/29/09 12:04:33 PM EST

Please share an invite at gl2002 [@] freemail.hu

Thank you

BeachBoy 11/29/09 10:53:24 AM EST

Hi Aditya, many thanks for the generous offer! I would love an invite please; kiwitrader [at] gmail dot com.

Thanks so much!

mavz898 11/29/09 07:24:17 AM EST

Hi, I'm really interested in Google Wave. I find it useful for a plethora of things. I would appreciate an invite, and I will surely return the favor by inviting others.


anwesharry 11/29/09 06:42:46 AM EST

Hi! I've really gone mad with anticipation for Google Wave. Wanna try out and see how college projects can be collaborated with it. Could you please please please invite me in? My email address is anwesha.ghosh.btech [at] gmail [dot] com

I can invite others in once I get thru.

findingnemo 11/29/09 04:24:22 AM EST

Please, send me an invitation to dildar(dot)neog(at)gmail(dot)com



johnnywest333 11/28/09 10:38:42 PM EST

May I please please please have an invite? johnnywest333 at hotmail.com


prakash784 11/28/09 10:22:38 PM EST

Kindly send me an invite to prakashgunasekaran[at]gmail[dot]com


marccarrion 11/28/09 09:51:35 PM EST

Please, send invitation to marccarrion(at)gmail(dot)com



deuxciel 11/28/09 03:26:16 PM EST

Please, Kind Sir, do forward a Google Wave Invitation to christopher (at) sfo (dot) com, at your earliest convenience? Much appreciated! c\2

wiarausko 11/28/09 12:17:20 PM EST


Could I have a wave invite please? Thank you.

wiarausko [at] gmail [dot] com

VANPOOS 11/28/09 11:16:00 AM EST

Hi, Aditya

First Thank you for your offering it is a very thing that you are doing giving away Google Wave invites. I would love to receive an invite to Google Wave if you have one left. I have heard so much about this service and would love to use it in my work. I would be greatly appreciate an invite if possible.

Regards, Chris

rciky 11/28/09 10:40:42 AM EST


I have been lucky enough to find this part within my internet research and would love to be a part of what is going on offering an insight of how a regular user interacts and uses the funtions as a rough impression of how it would be perceived by general users ahead of time and hopefully show useful stats outside that of specific data groups.
Many thanks
Ricky McCaughran


lyrids 11/27/09 10:59:04 PM EST

ly7110 at gmail.com

I'm from Beijing China.

Thank you!

MoJo 11/27/09 08:45:17 PM EST

I would like a Google Wave invite as well.

mabdinur85 at gmail.com

Thank you,

joeylongs 11/27/09 08:41:54 PM EST

May I please have an invite. joeylongsATgmailDOTcom.
Thank you so very much

justinFYI 11/27/09 04:11:51 PM EST

Well it would be absolutely AWESOME if you're able to send Google Wave invite to justinfyi [at] gmail [dot] com. Cheers! JustinFYI

dandrsn 11/27/09 03:42:18 PM EST

I hope there are still invitations left.
I would very much like and appreciate one.

Thanks very much.
david [dot] andrsn [at] gmail [dot] com

owenmeanie 11/27/09 02:59:06 PM EST

I've really been trying hard for one. I hope you'll share.

owen [at] owenmeanie.com

Thank you.

imiller 11/27/09 02:36:03 PM EST

ooh ooh i want one! thanks, even if im too late

Riuska 11/27/09 11:13:00 AM EST

I would really appreciate an invitation. Been desperately trying to find one :)

timo [dot] hirvonen [at] gmail [dot]com

galsup 11/27/09 09:59:29 AM EST

I would really appreciate an invite. I left a message last night, but was afraid it didn't go through. Thank you very much.

galsup [at] gmail [dot] com

bob.sanders01 11/27/09 08:42:03 AM EST

I would really appreciate an invitation.
Thank you very much.

bob.sanders01 [at] gmail [dot] com

hly43637 11/27/09 07:42:14 AM EST

I would appreciate an invite
[email protected]

markbarnes19 11/27/09 07:30:37 AM EST

Please send me an invite.

mark [at] thepaperlessclassroom [dot] com

steven850 11/27/09 07:13:48 AM EST

I would love an invite as well. Please send it to cssteven[at]gmail.com


jacobsudheer 11/27/09 06:06:38 AM EST

I would love to have an invite.



huffington87 11/27/09 04:51:23 AM EST

An invitation would be greatly, greatly appreciated. Make a nerd's holiday wish come true!


toms 11/27/09 04:45:37 AM EST

my name is Toms John.. looking for an invitation for the google wave..
Appreciate if u could give an invitation..
my email id if : [email protected] or [email protected]

gweednation 11/27/09 04:29:08 AM EST

if you still have any left i would like one!


carlosh06 11/27/09 04:12:37 AM EST

I would appreciate an invite, thanks!


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