I’ve been wearing Google Glass for about a year now.
It’s a smart, colorful, low-profile wearable that I’ve found to be fun and useful.
Its a great idea to be able to wear it in public in public places.
I like the way it fits on my face.
I find it to be a good fit for a variety of people, including people who want to wear glasses but can’t.
But there are problems, including one that has me worried that Google Glass might be becoming a distraction from the work I do, a distraction that could undermine my ability to focus on my work.
First, Glass is an awkward, cumbersome device.
The lenses can be hard to remove and are hard to keep on.
The battery lasts for about an hour or two, and you can’t put it away.
If you need to be in the office and want to keep it on, you have to put it back on and then bring it out.
And if you lose it, it can be difficult to retrieve it, even after you’ve been using it for an hour.
If Google Glass ever got a design overhaul, this is a big part of it.
The second problem is that Glass is not an inexpensive product.
At $1,500 for a basic model, the cost for a full-fledged Google Glass is around $2,000.
Google Glass costs around $900.
The third problem is Google Glass’s limitations.
Glass requires you to have an internet connection.
This can be inconvenient when you’re traveling or at home.
And it’s a significant security risk, because Google Glass has built-in microphones and cameras.
Google is working on a new version of Glass that could allow people to wear Glass with headphones, and the company has been working on integrating Bluetooth audio into the product.
So while I can wear Glass in public, I worry that it could be hard for me to get the job done if I need to listen to my colleagues talk about a presentation.
Google’s goal is to make Glass a standard for both the public and private spheres.
This isn’t just a case of an uncomfortable product for a few people.
It could be a problem for a lot of people.
And that’s the real danger with Google Glass.
The problem is the way the company is marketing it.
Glass is a device that is useful for people.
But it’s not just people.
Google has been marketing Glass as a tool for everyone, and this isn’t the case.
I have a long list of coworkers who wear Glass for a wide variety of reasons, and I’ve met lots of people who have used it for work.
Google and Glass should be talking about how Glass is useful to everyone.
But when they do, they need to say it is for everyone.
Glass, like any device, has a limited use.
The devices we use most often aren’t good at capturing or storing information.
For example, we use our phones a lot more than we use glasses.
We also have lots of apps and websites that we use a lot.
These apps and sites store lots of information, and we can easily forget it.
So it’s important for Google to talk about Glass as useful to all users, not just those who use Glass for work, and to talk to us about how to make the device useful to everybody.
Google needs to communicate more clearly about Glass’ limitations.
For Glass to be truly useful to people, Glass needs to be more than just a cool wearable.
I’m skeptical that Google is communicating this clearly enough.
Google isn’t talking to the public about Glass, and Glass is the only product Google is talking to about Glass.
Glass has a big marketing budget, and it’s possible that the company doesn’t want to talk at all to the general public about it.
This means that Glass will be a useful product for Google, but it won’t be widely used.
It won’t help you work more efficiently or stay connected to your coworkers, and its biggest impact may be that it may make Glass less useful to you.
Google should be communicating with the public more about Glass and its limitations and about what it is, rather than telling people it’s cool and useful to wear a pair of Google Glasses for work and home.