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Thinking of ways on how to integrate Google Wave with Digital Signage

Posted: October 30, 2009 at 1:32 pm   /   by   /   comments (1)

Google has recently invited selected google account members to the “google wave”, and just recently I was wondering how Advertise Me could integrate this new communication tool with digital signage. Fortunately, the digital signage players we use will allow us to quite easily integrate google wave as the system is web capable.

If I understand how google wave works correctly, it would mean that updating content will be easier than before and it may also  mean that a CMS (Content Management Server) may no longer be needed. I’ll stop here and keep pondering and brainstorming.

Do you think google wave can be integrated with digital signage?

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  • November 6, 2009 at 7:10 pm Munix

    I don’t think what google wave provides is a good match to the requirements of digital signage. Providing a CMS
    capability can be done with google docs already and free if 7gb or so is enough and can stage content in chunks if need be. Access the content is quite easy if using a language like Ruby via their REST’full api.

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