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[email protected] 12/3/2013 | 6:04:29 AM
Google Glass half empty I hope the Google roadshow goe sto DC so you can try to get a first hand experience and report back, Mari. My personal view is that this is one of Google's efforts that will not live up to its expectations - no doubt my offspring will prove me wrong....

And who wants to go inside that Intel store? Not I. Time to revisit the storefront strategy, methinks.

I'm not even going to mention "Selena Gomez fiddles with something in the Verizon Wireless store"...

Carol Wilson 12/3/2013 | 8:50:39 AM
Re: Google Glass half empty Animated penguins? I'm there. 
msilbey 12/3/2013 | 11:18:29 AM
Re: Google Glass half empty All joking aside, the Comcast lobby show is pretty awesome. The first time I walked in to the then-new HQ was when they were just launching the lobby effects. I thought the image of a person above the information desk was actually a virtual assistant I was supposed to talk to. Then I think the person started dancing. Anyway, it's a lot of fun to watch.
Carol Wilson 12/3/2013 | 11:31:58 AM
Re: Google Glass half empty I actually wasn't joking - it sounds like a reason to visit Philly.
DOShea 12/3/2013 | 8:16:46 PM
Re: Google Glass half empty It certainly sounds like Comcast is putting some energy and dollars behind this effort. I'll be even more impressed when they take this kind of retail approach to more markets.
Sarah Thomas 12/4/2013 | 7:33:59 AM
Re: Google Glass half empty I'm really curious to try Google Glass, too, but I agree that it is one Google product that may always be relegated to a select few super-nerds or "glassholes" as they've been called. 
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