Google Glass: An Etiquette Guide

Congratulations! You’re one of the privileged few who’ve scored a pair of Google Glass, the futuristic eyewear that puts a tiny, voice-controlled, Wi-Fi-enabled computer on your face. It’s the most anticipated gadget since the iPad, iPhone or iAnything, really. And the best part? You members of Google’s “Explorer Program” — mostly app developers and supernerds — will be testing Glass in the wild months before the general public will get to wear it, fingers crossed, at the end of the year.

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