Google Glass

Everyone knows that in order to make an omelet, you have to crack a few eggs. Apparently that old adage is core to Google’s development strategy, according to a company representative speaking about Google Glass at SXSW.

According to Mashable, Astro Teller, head of the Google X division from whence Glass came, told the crowd “if you want to make a ton of progress, you have to make a ton of mistakes.” He was referring, of course, to the somewhat bumpy ride that Google Glass has had since its introduction.


Array of Google Glass options


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One Day Only: Get Your Google Glass
If you’ve been eyeing a brand new face computer for yourself or for a loved one, don’t miss your chance to pick one up tomorrow morning! According to Google, any adult in the US can become a glass owner on Tuesday, April 15 at 9am EDT by signing up to be a Glass Explorer and ponying up $1,500 (plus tax). Spaces are limited, so make sure to be on time when you visit the signup website.



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