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Juice under Glass

It's been ages since I've fired up my Google Glass, in part because keeping it charged has been a challenge. Also, frankly, this curent Army-Navy Public Affairs Noglass operation at Guantánamo is pretty hostile to photography in general, and Glass in particular.

But the new titanium frames, with my own prescription, are so much more comfortable, wearable I've become determined to keep using them, exploring

So I decided I'd show off the latest quirky feature in our new headquarters -- a year after traded our breathtaking view of Biscayne Bay for the hurricane-proof building that once was home to the Defense Department's U.S. Southern Command:

Now for $2.50 we can treat ourselves to a glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice -- from a vending machine.

I took Glass out from my desk to buy one and, with apologies to actual filmmakers, made a two-and-a-half-minute video clip:






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