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Jared Messenger
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Programmer sweating the details.
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Auto-Awesome #ThroughGlass at the Ohio State vs Michigan game. 
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In honor of #TBT, Tom Brady shared his college resume on Facebook. Or should we say Thomas E. Brady?
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Last week we told you we'd be trying out new ways to find Explorers. Well, we weren’t kidding. We learned a lot when we opened our site a few weeks ago, so we’ve decided to move to a more open beta. We’re still in the Explorer Program while we continue to improve our hardware and software, but starting today anyone in the US can buy the Glass Explorer Edition, as long as we have it on hand: google.com/glass

We’re ready to keep meeting new Explorers, and we can’t wait to hear all your experiences and feedback to continue to make Glass even better, ahead of our wider consumer release.

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Back in February, I took Google Glass to Todos Santos, Mexico for a long weekend. On the way to the airport Glass notified me that the Flight was canceled. I thought it was a mistake since I didn’t receive an email from the airline. At the airport, the agent confirmed Google Now was correct and I was able to quickly get myself rebooked on another flight. Upon arrival, Glass continued to be a fantastic travel companion. I could quickly capture priceless moments, translate words, and see my upcoming plans. My only issue with glass was that my entire timeline was littered with photos, a problem made even worse when I shared photos with friends. In order to see a recent email, I had to sift through nearly 100 photos, some of which were duplicates as the result of sharing the same picture with multiple social networks.

When my girlfriend planned a multi-week trip to Europe, I knew I had to develop a solution that would keep my timeline nice and tidy. Fortunately +Google Glass  released an update that bundles all the photos taken by day. The only thing left for me to do was develop a way to share my photos to different social networks without cluttering up the timeline. To accomplish this, I shared my photos to a public S’more album, which bundles shared photos by album on Glass and enabled me to post my photos to multiple social networks all at once. Now my timeline is tidy and my photos can easily be viewed by friends and family.

The Glassware should be available to the public soon.  

Here are the photo albums  #throughglass   from my trip:
Dublin - https://www.smor.co/a/hq39
London - https://www.smor.co/a/BY3a
Paris - https://www.smor.co/a/Xw3b

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Photos from my trip to Dublin all  #throughglass  

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Auto-Awesome view of Paris from Notre Dame Cathedral #ThroughGlass 
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Thank you +Google and +Google Glass for the Birthday wishes. #throughglass 
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Chaotic Fire evacuation at the British Museum in London today, #throughglass  

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Auto-Awesome #throughglass 
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