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  1. Is it ready for everyone right now? Not really. Does the Glass team still have huge distance to cover in making the experience work just the way it should every time you use it? Definitely.

    But I walked away convinced that this wasn’t just one of Google’s weird flights of fancy. The more I used Glass the more it made sense to me; the more I wanted it. If the team had told me I could sign up to have my current glasses augmented with Glass technology, I would have put pen to paper (and money in their hands) right then and there. And it’s that kind of stuff that will make the difference between this being a niche device for geeks and a product that everyone wants to experience.

    After a few hours with Glass, I’ve decided that the question is no longer ‘if,’ but ‘when?’

    Joshua Topolsky writing about his chance to wear Google Glass. 

    I will admit that when I first heard about Glass I thought it was Google’s Microsoft Courier moment, a really cool concept that would not really be followed through upon. The fact that they are actually bringing it into production and that it seems to do much of what they want mean that I was wrong, and that makes me excited. I have long wanted real wearable computing, and it looks like it will finally be showing up.