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(Adweek)   Marketing and branding gurus begin to target up-and-coming generation of Google Glass users. It's the perfect marriage of assholes and Glassholes   (adweek.com) divider line 2
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295 clicks; posted to Business » on 03 Mar 2014 at 10:49 AM (37 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2014-03-04 12:11:15 AM  
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A few weeks ago I went to a Google Glass test drive event. It was rather disappointing. Because the image is an overlay, bright light, white walls, or visual clutter behind the image causes it to be difficult or impossible to read. I had to hold out my hand in front of my face to provide a backdrop for the image to contrast against. I'm sure there is a way to change the color of the text but it's not automatic. In sunlight, forget about it. And this was in a space set up for the demo. Can't imagine how much worse it would be in real life situations.

The group of 20 somethings they had doing the demos were easy on the eyes, so they had that going for them, which was nice.
2014-03-03 12:48:49 PM  
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I really don't understand the preemptive "Google glass people are d-bags" line. I won't be buying a set but I'm not going to label a group of people because someone, for whatever reason, doesn't like what they like.

It sounds more like it's the trendy thing to do to bash these things. Which makes the bashers the real assholes.

/trendy
 
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