One company is hoping to make its famous product as green as possible - by swapping glass for wood fiber 🍻♻️
And, there's much more - the numismatic, archeological and musical instrument collection as well as early mechanical arts
This is both past and future food. Earth Day, celebrated on April 22nd in the United States for the last 46 years, celebrates
I do windows. Unfortunately, I do them every couple of years, which gives the windows plenty of time to get dirty, and even then it is clear that I don't do them very well because I have always considered the job a pane in the glass.
As more people began to experiment with Glass, one could sense a shift in opinion about Glass and the criticisms were growing louder. I had seen the signs, and now my worst fears were being realized.
A floating glass hotel in the shape of a snowflake is set to be built in Norway.
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But there's something even more annoying about Glassholes, and correspondent Jason Jones got to the heart of exactly what
Despite the minimal protections for victims of drug use and the Islamic Republic's typical manner of glossing over their domestic problems, Iran spends approximately one billion dollars per year on anti-drug operations.
Google may also be having a difficult time getting people to jump on board with its bold device. Negative reactions to Google
"We believe the challenge of convincing consumers to wear computers on their face is a fashion problem as much as it is a
Larry Page is on stage at TED right now. I'm at home watching. He is not wearing Google Glass. This fits the new narrative that's going on in my head: that Google doesn't know how to stick with a product.
Google Glass is doomed. Why do I say that? Because the tech press tells me so. Now that we got that out of the way, what have I learned in my eight months of wearing Glass?
Shaw executes control over his materials, which appear as water but behave as glass. Sympathetic magic is in play, as glass imitates water and stripped tree limbs imitate lightening.
"There's a show on AOL called 'Hardwired' so we kind of took all the wearable tech from the episodes and put it into this
Google Glass promises a brazen and routine simultaneity of experience, an ability to interact seamlessly with the here and now without losing rich Web-enabled connectivity -- just as having the radio on never meant you couldn't talk with a friend. That's the good news. Now the rest.