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EVP Sales of MindTouch. Mark has advised many start ups including a social networking site that was sold to Barry Diller's IAC.  Before joining MindTouch, Mark led global sales efforts as an Executive Vice President for a publicly traded company, headed sales efforts for a technology division of AT Kearney and EDS, and served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for a Singapore based corporation. Mark blogs at Seek Omega

One response to “How Bad Do We Really Want Google Wave?”

  1. Espen Antonsen

    The pathetic thing about the Wave-crazyness is that it is not even remotely useful at this point. I understand developers, like myself who had a developer account for a few months, wants to play with the API to create interesting services with Wave. But an average user? Looking beyond the slow, cluttered and hard to navigate UI, and focusing on what a user actually can do with Google Wave today. Nothing at all. And it will remain so for a while. Wave will become something useful in the future. But it will become ubiquitous to the point that users will not know they are using the Wave. They will be using it from a wide range of different clients using a wide range of different services that will help them collaborate. As the way e-mail is used today.