Inside Google’s Secret Lab

Posted in グーグル, プロジェクト by shiro on 2013年5月23日


Inside Google’s Secret Lab | Businessweek

As the polymath engineers and scientists who work there are fond of saying, Google X is the search giant’s factory for moonshots, those million-to-one scientific bets that require generous amounts of capital, massive leaps of faith, and a willingness to break things. Google X (the official spelling is Google [x]) is home to the self-driving car initiative and the Internet-connected eyeglasses, Google Glass, among other improbable projects.

Sergey is Bruce Wayne, and I’m Lucius Fox. | ParisLemon

“Sergey is Bruce Wayne, and I’m Lucius Fox.”

Glass Questions | ongoing by Tim Bray

But people, and there are a lot of them, who are saying “Glass is doomed because it’s dorky-looking/privacy-invasive/anti-social” are pretty well wrong; it’s more complex than that.

Tim Bray on Glass | Daring Fireball