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Google's latest US Patent application includes a "binocular" version of Google Glass which has displays for each eye.  It also alludes to "other possibilities" in terms of wearable computing devices.

- "An HMD can generally be any display device that is capable of being worn on the head and places a display in front of one or both eyes of the wearer.
- "Further, example embodiments can be implemented by or in association with an HMD with a single display or with two displays, which can be referred to as a "monocular" HMD or a "binocular" HMD, respectively."

The US Patent application is for wearable computers but also strongly alludes to "other" types of wearable device.  According to the application wearable devices can include head-mountable devices (HMD), mobile phones as well as "other possibilities."  

- "While various aspects and embodiments have been disclosed herein, other aspects and embodiments will be apparent to those skilled in the art. The various aspects and embodiments disclosed herein are for purposes of illustration and are not intended to be limiting, with the true scope and spirit being indicated by the following claims."
- "The particular arrangements shown in the figures should not be viewed as limiting. It should be understood that other embodiments can include more or less of each element shown in a given figure. Further, some of the illustrated elements can be combined or omitted. Yet further, an example embodiment can include elements that are not illustrated in the figures."

The devices described have multiple sensors like gyroscopes, accelerometers, magnetometers, light sensors, infrared sensors, microphones in addition to other types of sensors not specified in the application.  These sensors can collect eye movement through inward-facing image capture and interpret it as user input.  When it comes to sound, the devices rely on bone conduction speakers (aka bonephones).  The user interface described includes "people chooser" software to help users contact specific individuals.

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In an interesting video released by Matt Cutts, Google’s head of webspam, Matt answers the question on how Google separates the concept of popularity from authority? The truth is, he answered that question quickly by saying popularity and authority are two different things. The example he gave was that porn sites are often way more […]
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Brian Ussery is a search engine optimization consultant and leading authority on technical SEO issues. Brian is a "Top Contributor" in the Google Webmaster Help Forum and a trusted Google partner, who connects regularly to stay in-the-know about new and improved product features.

In addition to his own blog, Brian frequently speaks at and/or live blogs major industry events.  His work has been cited by various media outlets including; The New York Times, Wired, CNET, Gizmodo, InformationWeek, Marketing Sherpa, Valleywag, AdAge, Blogoscoped, SEOBook, Search Engine Watch, Search Engine Land, SERoundtable and others.

Away from work, Brian is an Official Fine Artist for the University of Georgia. He is authorized by Nike and the Collegiate Licensing Company, a consortium which consists of more than 200 colleges and universities, bowl games, conferences, The NCAA, Final Four, College World Series and Heisman Trophy Award.
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You could put just about anything in this masterpiece by Frank Lloyd Wright and it would look good! Even if you aren't into art, you have to go check out the Guggenheim in NYC.
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Times Square in "the NYC" is one of those places you hear and read about all of your live but, few things can really come close. Rain, snow, heat, flood or otherwise, 24 hours a day, 7 days as week, 365 days a year, it doesn't matter there are always people in Times Square. When you are there, it feels like you are in the middle of everything!
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The Top of the Rock observation deck is something everyone should see. I even like the elevator ride to the top. While you are at 30 Rock also be sure to check out the behind the scenes studio tour. Just fyi, Top of the Rock is open in the evening and that seems to be when lines are short. Every time I have been at night there has been no line.
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When I'm in NYC, I always swing by Hello Deli for a burger! Even though this place gets lots of media coverage it always seems the same. There are only a few tables and Rupert or his wife have always been behind the counter.
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Rock Center is AWESOME! Be sure to check out the Studio Tour but make reservations 24 hours in advance. Also, if you want to check out the SNL stage go Sunday!
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I have stayed at several different hotels in New York City but, the Hilton New York is my favorite place to stay in Midtown. I have probably spent 3 months at the Hilton NYC during the past 5 years. It is a nice, clean hotel, in a great location and usually reasonably priced. The hotel is a short walk from Times Square, Central Park, 5th Ave, Broadway, NBC, Rock Center, MoMA and a number of other attractions. Not having to get out of the car/taxi in snow, rain or traffic is nice and something not all hotels in this part of town offer. When it comes to business trips, the executive lounge is a great place for meetings. I will definitely stay at the Hilton NY again.
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One of my favorite places on earth! This ice rink was created by Charles Schulz's wife to give him a place to go during the day. His table is still in the "Warm Puppy Cafe" inside.
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