Update: Â EmbeddingÂ video in a wave is easier than I thought. Just paste the video URL, and it will show a small icon at the end of the URL, asking if you want to embed the video. Click that, and you are done.
Google wave is not just for communication andÂ collaboration. It’s for fun and entertainment too. Can you imagine entertainment on the web without Youtube videos ? … Â here is sweet plugin that lets you embed youtube videos in to a WAVE.
HTML Gadget, the Plugin
Youtube Video on Google Wave
I will be updating this post with more information and screenshots when Google Wave is out. Stay tuned.
Okay, so I had told you about this earlier .. right ? hmm .. if you don’t remember .. read my new year blog post .. here. I had told you guys that I will soon start a new blog which will focus on aÂ topic that I am interested in ..
I have started building the new blog …. dedicated to Google Chrome …. yes, you heard it right ………… the Google Baby Browser .. Chrome .. I have written few posts about it earlier,
Firefox usually shows a rss feed icon in the address bar when we are on a website or blog with RSS or ATOM feed. So, I was looking for that or something similar on Google’s Chrome too. But no, nothing is there to identify if the URL has a rss feed.Â
What happened ? Where is my rss feed icon ? how will I know that the website has a feed or not ? Yes, of course there will always be alternate options on the website, but an icon on the address bar was the most convenient way of doing that.Â
So guys, did they actually forget to add this feature, or is it silly me having trouble finding it ? I need help … I need help.
PS: I am making a list of features missing on Chrome, so if you have something to add to, comment or email me.