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Guantánamo Google Glass in the echo chamber

EchoThe New York Observer's BetaBlog blog on my blog item. Also, HuffPost blogged with a less provocative headline ("Guantánamo is Latest to Ban Google Glass") and a conflated timetable. I was told I couldn't take it to the Detention Center Zone on July 22. The poster banning Glass specifically inside court (like any cellphone, computer or camera) went up Monday. Quartz did a really nice job aggregating my coverage, reaching back to my must-see video of the soldier/censors getting their first glimpse of GoogleGlass. Within a couple of days, the Weekly Standard, CNET joined the pickup party. 


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just got my new glass. best innovation of the year

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