It’s Google Wave and it’s built completely in Google Web Toolkit and even better most of it will be open sourced. Really cool technology. Check the video below
Archive for May, 2009
The Real Time Web is a popular topic at the moment. There was already Twitter Search which searches twitter but now you get search engines that search multiple realtime sources like Twitter, Delicious.com and Digg. An interesting contender in that area is Scoopler because the search restults change while you are watching the result page. Look for instance at this search of the Obama.
What do you think? Is it useful? Is it too easy to copy by Google, such that Scoopler won’t make it?
Google today introduced search options, which enables you to refine your search. Looks pretty nifty. Check the video below
The open source community keeps on tinkering on the open Theora video format (The format that Firefox 3.5 will support natively and is part of the HTML5 spec). They now report better video quality (expressed in PSNR) than H.264. I see in the post that they compare it to the open source x264 encoder. I wonder how that compares to commercial H.264 encoders out there