I have some invitations for the Google Voice and Google Wave services. I’d like to give them to you, small town business folks. UPDATE: The invitations have all been awarded.
To me, Google Wave is mostly a collaboration tool. It’s kind of like email, and kind of like a chat, and kind of like a shared document. Well, that explanation fell flat. You might want to read the About Google Wave page.
The Wave invitations are not immediate. Once I submit your email address, Google will add you to the next batch they are releasing, so it may take some time to receive.
I have 25 of these invites.
Google Voice is a service for managing phone calls. It will transcribe your voice mails, and text them to you. It gives you control of who calls you and where (your cell, home, or work, or your sister’s place). If your local phone service is knocked out, you can re-direct your Google Voice number to ring a new place.You can read more at the Google Voice page.
I have three invitations to share. If you’re interested, email me – These invitations have all been awarded.
And, to make this interesting, include a sentence or two of introduction. I’ll post some of the best introductions, to share with everyone.
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