Tagged: Hospitality_Recreation

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Stefan Holodnick on Ariadne: Google Glass Location App

We start the show on a slightly somber note and take it off-topic for a second, paying tribute to Robin Williams. An amazing entertainer, I grew up with his comedy and movies. From Mork and Mindy, Popeye, World According to Garp, to Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, Good Will Hunting and more. Last week we both took excursions – Luke went to a local waterpark where he rode the slides. No Glass photos there because of the water. I was in Anaheim, CA for a tech conference getting video. I didn’t go in the park this time but I...

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Google Glass Only $80?

Luke went kayaking, Jeff went to New York. It was a fun week at the show as we showed off our pictures throughglass. Luke also debuts his new printing endeavor at BigLetterShirt.com.  Episode 40 Google Glass News Glass XE17 – We look at the latest updates to Google Glass Glass Light – a USB connector with software to give your Glass a flashlight Rent Google Glass – For $32 a day you can rent out a pair of Glass PGA Glass Retail Store – The PGA event at Sawgrass saw a retail Glass store pop up within the clubhouse. Is...

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David Esquire on Glass Photography

This week we welcome David Esquire onto the show. Photographer in the LA area, he has been shooting for over 31 years. As an avid Glass wearer, he is working to find new ways to use Google Glass in his work. From bands, weddings, and celebrities, to homeless photography, David has done it all. It was awesome to talk with him. He not only promoted himself, he fit right into the show like a glove. TWIGG: Episode 35 Show Notes Luxottica Works with Glass – Glass signs deal with the big dogs of glasses This Bar Welcomes Glass Explorers – Free drink with...

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Glass Explorers of SXSW

This weeks show is a little different format. I was at SXSW (South by South-West) last week. On Saturday I partook in a discussion of Google Glass, and on Monday, those with Glass met at the Hotel San Jose – just a few blocks south of downtown Austin. About 40-50 Glass users were there to talk about their experiences. Google community manager Becca was on-hand with other Glass explorers to answer questions and exchange stories. Many different colored Glass was seen throughout the lobby – some with G-Pop bling on them, others with custom frames. All these explorers were fun...