My colleague Brandon Sullivan, fellow GlassAlmanac.com blogger Josh Braaten and I had the opportunity to share our thoughts about Google Glass with our local NBC affiliate earlier today. Today is special because Google opened the Explorer program to any U.S. consumer interested in purchasing Glass and helping pioneer the field of smart lens technology. That […]Read More Should you buy Google Glass today?
This was my eighth year attending South by Southwest Interactive (SXSW) in Austin, TX, and the expectations were high. The key theme I took away from SXSW 2013 was “Exponential Thinking, Exponential Opportunities,” and capitalizing on that thinking and opportunity, the main theme I took from SXSW this year was “Quit looking to others for […]Read More SXSW 2014: Quit looking to others for the next big thing. Go make it yourself!
Highly recommend the entire piece, but here are some highlights.. For the past few years marketing has revolved around mobile app development and social media marketing. This year, however, will be the year we focus on digital video. Industry trends point to an increase in accessibility, content, and audience. For the media industry, increased demand […]Read More Over 50% of all website visits from Google Glass users are to media sites
Per my latest post on Google Almanac: Google Glass Makes You a Celebrity (In the Right Settings), check this out… I have at least 10 more of these pics, including more with multiple folks in the shot! I’m thinking about starting AreYouTakingAPictureOfMe.Tumblr.com Also: this…Read More People manning booths at CES more interested in my Google Glass than selling me their stuff
Smart lenses (glasses and contacts) will eventually mainstream because of their unique value, utility and diversity. Expecting 1.0 innovations to be perfect in the short term is unrealistic. Don’t focus on Google’s Glass. Focus on the consumer insight of why and how we will benefit from this technology in the long term. Here’s his post. […]Read More Scoble’s link-bait headline is worth clicking: Google Glass is doomed