You can't buy cool, but Google is determined to try. At its annual Google I/O conference in San Francisco, the company is unveiling a music service, and Fast Company hears that Lady Gaga is already shooting ads for it.
Here is another Google Wave video by Joe Sabia. He previously introduced the world to Google Wave by doing a Pulp Fiction re-enactment. This one is more comprehensive, and still answers zero questions on exactly how to use it.
Google—Sauron of the internet, world, and soon: Middle Earth's tech scene—will soon have your life on file, especially with the advent of Google Wave, which is still in the invite-stage. People are now paying for invites.
The open secret about Google's forthcoming product "Wave" is that no one knows what the hell it does. Here's the tech gibberish the Guardian used to describe the software after talking to Google co-founder Sergey Brin: