How Can Google's Project Glass Avoid Being an Even Greater Tech Distraction to Human Interaction?

How Can Google's Project Glass Avoid Being an Even Greater Tech Distraction to Human Interaction?

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New Google co-founder Sergey Brin’s favorite moment using the futuristic Project Glass prototype was taking a hands-free picture of his son in a moment of joy when he threw him in the air. Glass project manager Steve Lee said he loves that he can see text messages from friends who are...
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Here’s an interesting update from the founders of simple website creation and management tool Jimdo: they’ve not raised funding. The entrepreneurs published an interesting blog post explaining why they turned down an 8-figure investment offer from a top-tier venture capitalist. The term sheet was ready, all they had to do...
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Is modern technology creating a culture of distraction?

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We already wrote about David Lowery's rant against a young girl for not paying enough for her music, noting that his whole focus seemed to be on pining for some mythical past that never existed, rather than dealing with market realities. Some folks have suggested that we "ignored" the moral...
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Fitter, Happier: an eight week exercise in using technology to help lose weight

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Microsoft details Windows 8 Calendar app design, wants to 'show your life clearly'

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As part of its "Building Windows 8" blog series, Redmond has been doling inside info on apps like Mail and People, and now it's Calendar's turn in the spotlight. Steven Sinofsky blogged that one of the primary marks was to serve up a clear view of your life, and...
Microsoft details Windows 8 Calendar app design, wants to 'show your life clearly'

Twitter, Facebook, and Airtime Are Waging War Against The Internet’s Stupidity

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Video: Why I’m enjoying Google’s newest ChromeBook

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