Saturday from two viewpoints: Google Glass and Sophie. Yes, that's soccer in the background.
If yesterday's post could have been called "excited about new things" or "anticipation," this one might be "people be crazy" or whatyou looking' at Willis?" I caught a teaser on the local news about a local restaurant that is banning Google Glass use and that brought the whole technophobia issue home for me. I still … Continue reading Future tech now, part 2: People be crazy
Most people will recognize that quote from the end of Back to the Future. I may not get my flying car, but I am getting Google Glass. Even though I need my copies of Remediation and Lingua Fracta, I also need to be home for a package I'm expecting from Norman, Oklahoma. So, I'll do that today. Yes, … Continue reading Future tech now, part 1: “Where we’re going, we don’t need no road.”
...but I have to send it on to an Google-approved optical shop to get my prescription lenses made and put in. Lenscrafters won't touch it because of liability issues now, but that may not always be the case. If I wanted to leave it in the box until April or maybe later, they are working … Continue reading Something arrived today
Another thing I wanted very much when I was a science fiction-loving child was a computer in my head. Just sign me up for the chip and I was for it, despite my going to a school district in California that had Orwell's 1984 on their mandatory reading list for 7th grade. I'm still a bit in … Continue reading Tales from the future 2
i just signed up to be an Explorer for Google Glass, me and a gazillion other people. The form had a drop-down menu of choices for the reason why I wanted Google Glass, but hey! I'm a writer, so I want another chance with more words. If Google is as all-knowing and all-seeing as some … Continue reading Pick me!