[An abridged version of the Google Wave presentation that went viral earlier this year.]
Google is making an ambitious play with a new web application. They say their new tool, Google Wave, is what email might look like if it were invented today. With one tool, they're trying to create a single replacement for email, instant messaging and document sharing. We talk with Gina Trapani, editor of Life Hacker; and Sree Sreenivasan, Columbia University digital journalism professor, about whether Google's success is going to its head and whether Microsoft might finally be making a comeback with the Bing search engine.