20140503 After Reading A Few More Inaccurate Or

Keith I MyersKeith I Myers2014-05-03 19:42:30-0400 – Updated: 2014-05-03 19:42:30-0400After reading a few more inaccurate or misleading Google Glass Articles, I feel that I must post this again. After reading a few more inaccurate or misleading Google Glass Articles, I feel that I must post this again. 

After reading a few more inaccurate or misleading Google Glass Articles, I feel that I must post this again. 

Shared to the community Glass Explorers – Public+1’d by: Chad Burton, Ted Kidd, Robert Gerstendorfer, Russell Nelson, Brian Romanowski, Dobereiner Miller, Ryan Ellenberger, Jeff Jones, John Meise, Peter Scully, Philemon Vanderbeck, Daivat Dholakia, Ben Junya, Nik Urtib, John Harty, Chad Gainor, Oliver MadsenReshared by: Ted Kidd, Eric Fernandez, marc van den broeck, Marcus Vinicius Andreo Gabilheri, John HartyPhilemon Vanderbeck – 2014-05-03 20:35:17-0400The latest Glassbashing fad is to point out that the components for Glass only cost $85 (completely forgetting the amount of time and labor that went into development and support).Russell Nelson – 2014-05-04 00:19:15-0400And the service you get out of Google.Keith I Myers – 2014-05-04 00:20:58-0400They also forget that Google must also license some of the technology in glass from third parties. 

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