Tag Archives: Google

Mark Hurst on Google Glass

The Google Glass feature that (almost) no one is talking about is the experience – not of the user, but of everyone other than the user. Nailed it. “Don’t be evil”. Via (Creative Good)

Frosted Glass

Last week’s formal re-introduction of Glass has shown what Google has been working on since first unveiling glass nearly a year ago: a small amount of progress in the wrong direction. The fundamental issue with Glass is the age old question of “why?”. What exactly is Glass supplanting that its older siblings simply can’t do […]