glass-explorers | Google – Glass Press
Be creepy or rude (aka, a “Glasshole”). Respect others and if they have questions about Glass don’t get snappy. Be polite and explain what Glass does and remember, a quick demo can go a long way. In places where cell phone cameras aren’t allowed, the same rules will apply to Glass. If you’re asked to turn your phone off, turn Glass off as well. Breaking the rules or being rude will not get businesses excited about Glass and will ruin it for other Explorers.
Google Suggests Dos and Don’ts for Glass Users | Daring Fireball
Google on being a Glasshole | The Loop
Smart Watches and Computers On Your Face | Marco.org
The combination of a computer, internet connectivity, and a smartphone (and maybe a tablet) is awesome. It satisfies nearly every modern demand for personal computing hardware and still has massive untapped potential for software and services.
Maybe that’s all we really need for a while.
スマートウォッチとか顔面に装着するコンピュータなんて果たして必要だろうか | maclalala2
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
At Google Conference, Cameras Even in the Bathroom | NYTimes.com
At the Google I/O developer conference, hundreds of people were wearing Google Glass, the company’s Internet-connected glasses.
‘Blinking or Winking, as They Relieved Themselves’ | Daring Fireball
I/Overload? | TechCrunch
どこもかしこもグーグルグラス・・・ | maclalala2
Nobody Really Likes Google Glass | Business Insider
Google Glass Picks Up Early Signal – Keep Out | NYTimes.com
The tidbit was dropped on today’s earnings call, with CEO Larry Page uttering: “Obviously, Glass runs on Android, so [Android] has been pretty transportable across devices, and I think that will continue.”
You Lookin’ At Me? Reflections on Google Glass. | AllThingsD