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Google Glass is Dead, Long Live Google Glass

Posted in Future, Futurist, Wearable Technology

Google anounced yesterday it was discontinuing it’s Glass Explorer program. Many pundits have been quick to declare¬†both the program and the product a failure. To be certain, the technology has fallen short of many people’s expectations–myself included. It is unwise, however, to dismiss the technology altogether. As an analogy consider the world’s first eBook–Cybook Gen…

Is FitBit the "Pager" of the Future?

Posted in Future, Futurist, Trends, Wearable Technology

I really enjoy my FitBit but as I continue to watch the progress being made in the field of wearable computing, I can’t help but think the FitBit (and FuelBand) will soon become this generation’s equivalent of the pager–simple, elegant and practical devices doomed to be replaced by ever more elegant, multi-functional wearable devices. Your…

The Future of Google Glass is Bright but Fuzzy

Posted in Future, Future Proof, Futurist, Google, Wearable Technology

Last week, I flew to New York, where as a Google “Explorer,” I was fitted for my first pair. I am just in the early stages of my “exploration” and I have yet to reach a firm conclusion about the technology. Nevertheless, I am fascinated by its potential. To this end, watch the video below…


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