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10 Google Glass Myths, Translated
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SaneIT
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3/26/2014 | 8:37:27 AM
This one has been so hard to get.
Translation: If you want to sneak a video of someone, use your mobile phone.

 

If you're worried about someone secretly recording you, do you think it would be the guy with a camera strapped to his head?  I think the whole secret thing goes right out the window when you're drawing attention to yourself with the recording hardware.  I'd be more worried about someone pretending to text while their phone is pointed at you.  Then again I don't think anyone finds me interesting enough to be spying on me so if they want to waste a few minutes of their life trying to catch me doing something dumb it's their time that is being wasted not mine.
Michael Endler
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3/25/2014 | 6:43:25 PM
Re: 1 forgotten fact
I agree. But with all of these big eyewear companies signing on as Glass partners, maybe that can change?
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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3/25/2014 | 11:50:16 AM
Scoble
Re: "Scoble, who thrives on taking provocative positions..."


Well, sure, if you can count being a huge fan of pretty much every technology ever, especially if Google is behind it, can be counted as provocative.

But then, that's what a lot of tech pundits do.  Scoble is just way more committed.
dkdelkjr
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dkdelkjr,
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3/25/2014 | 8:10:52 AM
Re: Contact Lens
The contact lens will not have Google Glass in it, just the medical micro-electronics, so that part of the cost shouldn't be there.  Considering how expensive all diabetic supplies and equipment is (we are a captive customer base, after all), I'm sure they will still be expensive.
Thomas Claburn
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3/24/2014 | 6:46:43 PM
Re: Contact Lens
> I might actually wear them, and I hate contact lens.

I only hope the price isn't stratospheric. Multiply the Google Glass premium times the medical device markup and you have a recipe for a device that will many thousands.
Charlie Babcock
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3/24/2014 | 6:33:49 PM
Some rules of Glass etiquette might help
Google Glass is a logical extension of the smart phone and tablet computer. It's a mobile device that becomes quite useful when connected to servers on the Internet. Trying to halt the spread of Google Glass is a less rewarding occupation than standing on the beach and trying to stop the tide from coming in. But some rules of etiquette might help, such as don't walk into a punk bar with the lights on your Google Glass flashing.
Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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3/24/2014 | 5:10:35 PM
Re: 1 forgotten fact
I agree with you on the design -- it should be a clipon that people could use with their own glasses to make it more versatile (and appealing).
dkdelkjr
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dkdelkjr,
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3/24/2014 | 8:40:21 AM
Contact Lens
I understand from reading another article that Google is working with experts in the medical industry to develop a contact lens that measures blood sugar levels via tears.  As a diabetic, having something that woujld warn me of a sudden drop is sugar level, which can be quite dangerous, is a good thing.  I might actually wear them, and I hate contact lens.
dkdelkjr
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dkdelkjr,
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3/24/2014 | 8:40:08 AM
Contact Lens
I understand from reading another article that Google is working with experts in the medical industry to develop a contact lens that measures blood sugar levels via tears.  As a diabetic, having something that would warn me of a sudden drop is sugar level, which can be quite dangerous, is a good thing.  I might actually wear them, and I hate contact lens.
kafantaris
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kafantaris,
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3/24/2014 | 8:03:57 AM
Left unchecked, myths become truths.
If myths are "spoken enough, they can morph into something that resembles fact, says Google. Or as Plato said 2,500 years ago, left unchecked, prevailing false beliefs become truths.
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