20 Things You Can’t Do with Glass (but you really can)

If you're going to pony up the cash for Google Glass, you have to love being an early adopter.  I'm not talking about just getting a product through Kickstarter, I mean love getting betas of software and helping developers make it better.  I mean being someone who will deliberately crash your own device a few [...]

By | 2014-01-15T16:08:39+00:00 January 15th, 2014|Glass, Musings|4 Comments

Glasscast from Tuesday

Wearable technology for the wrist (Photo credit: IntelFreePress) Did a quick GlassCast on Tuesday, after typing up the "Why Glass?" post.  So keep in mind, this was created prior to all the insightful comments people shared, and the debate that occurred on Facebook. I think there's so much intresting going on with respects [...]

By | 2014-01-10T11:20:32+00:00 January 10th, 2014|Glass, Hardware, Musings|Comments Off on Glasscast from Tuesday

Why Glass?

DSC_0686.jpg (Photo credit: kwmr) Ever since I bought Google Glass, I've gotten a ton of questions from people. Some are fascinated by it, some see it as a frivolous expense, and others just think it's the latest technology fad and not even worth the time of day. So I thought I'd take a [...]

By | 2014-01-08T05:36:32+00:00 January 7th, 2014|Glass|15 Comments

GlassCast42 Episode 2: On Diet Fads, Learning Styles and Shortening Attention Spans

This website had a few ideas about diet fads percolating so I decided to record a GlassCast on the way in to the office this morning.  Central idea...  Are diet 'fads' really such a bad thing?  Or are they, in a sense, reminiscent of a new learning style?  Auditory, visual, kinesthetic, and....  well, I'm not [...]

By | 2016-12-05T11:38:21+00:00 December 18th, 2013|Glass, Musings|Comments Off on GlassCast42 Episode 2: On Diet Fads, Learning Styles and Shortening Attention Spans

A walking #GlassCast

Image by None via CrunchBase Is this a podcast? Yeah, kinda sorta. On the heels of posting yesterday, I thought I'd do a little walking and talking while heading over to the car. And since I'm still getting the hang of Glass, I figured it would be a good medium for it. Nothing [...]

By | 2013-12-07T08:18:44+00:00 December 7th, 2013|Glass, Hardware|1 Comment