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Google Glass For Dummies by Robert Stepisnik, Eric Butow

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Chapter 19

Ten Things Not to Do with Glass

In This Chapter

arrow Wear Glass in the shower, on a date, or in bed

arrow Share inappropriate photos

arrow Touch the cube on the device

arrow Break the law or company policy by wearing Glass

The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.

— Bertrand Russell

As soon as early adopters of Google Glass, called Glass Explorers, began to wear their Glass devices out and about, the computing media started to comment about how they saw Explorers using their devices — and especially about how not to wear Glass in various situations.

We’ve boiled down the variety of things not to do into ten helpful tips that should keep you from driving people crazy, not embarrassing yourself, or both.

Shower with It

This guideline was illustrated expertly by popular tech blogger Robert Scoble, an early tester and proponent of Glass who showed his enthusiasm by taking a picture of himself with his Glass on his head while he was taking a shower.

Though Scoble was discreet, the photo didn’t exactly kindle enthusiasm among potential users. Instead, people ...

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