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Jeris JC Miller
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Attended UMass Amherst
Lives in Seattle, WA


The #SeattleGlassExplorers  & #SGEIncubator  are proud to support the +Center for Ethical Leadership  on Peacemaking and Healing: Leadership Practices for Healthy, Inclusive Communities

Event teams are working on Peacemaking and Healing to join a Community Learning Exchange on May 15-18 in Seattle.  Time will be available for teams to work on how to use the learning to advance their own goals and strengthen relationships among the team.   

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I am proud to support the +Center for Ethical Leadership and my friends Karma Ruder and +Pamela Kilborn-Miller for Peacemaking and Healing  to join  a Community Learning Exchange  on May 15-18 in Seattle

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What would you do to protect your Community and Brand?  

Our Core Seattle Glass Explorers & SGE Incubator Community Values Include: Respect, Honesty, Integrity, Transparency, Authenticity, Trust, Vulnerability and Giving Back!

The Seattle Glass Explorers Community is not a brand - yet, nor is the SGE Incubator. However, we are pointed in the direction of creating our Glass4Good initiatives. We have labored to create a safe environment for respectful discussions, including disagreements about best uses for Glass in the alleviation of human suffering, the promotion of Emotional Intelligence, and living a mindful aligned LifeStyle 2.0.

Our #SeattleGlassExplorers & #SGEIncubator Communities continue to be challenged with a Glass Explorer who polarized our larger Seattle Community. Unfortunately, this individual has continued to threaten, bait, harass and spam  [primarily on Facebook and Twitter] the businesses banning Glass and undid a lot of the hard-won reparation, goodwill and trust we have gained and worked so hard to elevate the #GlassCultureConversation in Seattle.  Here is an example of behavior we do not support or condone:

“You ready for an ADA lawsuit,” [Tweet sent from Nick Starr to David Meinert  Source: Seattle Weekly 04.08.14. Vernal Coleman]

Upon becoming aware of this behavior it was at this point our community stepped in as an organization and banned this individual from our #SeattleGlassExplorers Community and the #SGEIncubator for violating our publicly stated Core Values.

The person in question undertook a particularly vicious personal spam attack on an SGE Moderator on Google+, Facebook & Twitter. The moderators of the Seattle Glass Explorers Community have seen the posts. The posts, which have since been removed by us, contained violent language and expletives against the SGE Moderator.

We wanted you all to be clear on the outline of the incidents and so that you are all fully cognizant that Nick Starr is unequivocally barred from the Seattle Glass Explorers & SGE Incubator Communities and he is not affiliated with our organizations in any way.

In our emerging brand, we have licensed professionals whose work and reputation may be directly affected by this individual’s actions and his attack against one of our members. We took swift action to protect our emerging brand by banning this person from the group and any future activities of the Seattle Glass Explorers and SGE Incubator Communities. Effectively, we wanted our entire community to know that no member should be subject to this kind of harassment, nor be associated with someone whose actions do not align with our stated guidelines and values.

We ask you, our Community, “What would you do to protect your Community Brand?” We hope you would have done the same as us: protect the members and the community,  gather together to discuss our action plan, and communicate openly with all of you. So how did we do? Please +1 this post so we know you read it. We can’t send you cute kittens via Uber, but you’ll have our gratitude for your support. 

Post-Script: For the sake of Transparency and Authenticity we wanted you all to know that we made considerable efforts in repairing relationships with our Seattle Capitol Hill Business Community [5 Point, Lost Lake etc] and the owner of many of the establishments who have banned Glass. We sat down at Lost Lake in November 2013 and crafted our #SeattleGlassExplorers Community Guidelines and language together - we agreed that +David Meinert  is Not Anti-Glass but Pro-Privacy and our #SGE Community has publicly upheld and respect his right to set the conditions of his establishments which includes No Glass on his premises.  We aligned and we are good!

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I'm aware of the context outside of the content of this posting, but I cannot sign onto it simply on the stated basis of a threatened lawsuit. My sense of honesty and integrity do not permit an attempt to silence another person's free expression.

I am in agreement with the ground rules of this online forum and it's extension to any formal meetings I may have with it's members. However, in it's current form I cannot sign on to this statement.
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... It seems the price point market test (?) was a success ... 
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+Edward Holland +Aaron Blank I agree with you both ... it will be interesting to see the numbers & learn the context & intention behind the one day sale program.
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Thank you +Timothy Clemans for the updates ping! 
#GlassUpdates are back with KitKat for Glass, photo bundles & more  

You’ve been asking us when the next round of updates were coming. Well, they’re coming later this week! We know it’s been a little while, but this is a big one and we think it’s well worth the wait. Here’s what you’ll find in the new release:

KitKat for Glass – Our most exciting update is subtle, but big. We’ve been working on a significant upgrade to a new version of the Glass software. It’s not a change you can see, but it brings improved battery life and makes Glass more reliable and easier to update in the future. And now that Glass runs Android KitKat, developers can write Glassware using the latest Android SDK goodness, along with new features from our GDK.

Photo bundles – This one has been a long-standing request from our Explorers: now when you scroll through your timeline, your photos, videos and vignettes from each day will be organized in bundles so that you can swipe less and see more.

Photo replies in Hangouts – Photo sharing has been really popular amongst our Explorers, so we’ve added new ways to send photos in Hangout messages. The next time someone asks “what’s up,” tap “Reply” and then take a photo to show them. (If you already took the perfect photo, you can still tap to “Send” it in a Hangout message.)

Sending feedback – We always want to hear feedback from you on ways we can make Glass better so we’re making it even easier. Tap on the device info card in Settings and tell us what’s on your mind. If you need help, you can still send us an email, call us, or post in the Explorers Community.

Voice command sorting – With new features and Glassware, your voice command menu has grown pretty long. When you tap or say “ok glass,” voice commands are now sorted by recency and frequency, making it easier to see the commands you use most often and faster to access them from the touch menu. 

Video calls – We hold ourselves to high standards for the features that we build, and video calls aren’t living up to these standards. Explorers have told us so directly, and fewer than 10% of them use video calls. For this reason, we’ve made the hard decision to remove video calls from Glass until the experience is better. We don’t know when that will be, but in the meantime, keep an eye on MyGlass as more Glassware is built and released – we’re already seeing the developer community work on other video streaming services. We’ve always said that feedback from Explorers shapes Glass, and this is no exception.

…and more – This is a massive update and we couldn’t fit all the changes into this post, so watch the Glass Journal in the Explorers Community to see the rest.
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Did you catch this +Cecilia Abadie +Noble Ackerson?  ... We are positioning #ShiftingPOV  as a Content Producer & Community Engager [Focus: #wearabletech , Context Driven & Sensor Driven Immersive Engagement, LifeStyle 2.0, The Internet of Things, Privacy & Big Data geared toward a feminine audience - the Dove of LifeStyle 2.0!]   cc: +Lisa Phelps Dawes +Imei Hsu +Heather Evans +Brenda Cooper 
The rise of mobile broadband, commodity sensors, smartphone-based companion apps, virtualized manufacturing and supply chain, crowdfunding, and nimble design..
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I am proud to support the +Center for Ethical Leadership and my friends Karma Ruder and +Pamela Kilborn-Miller on Peacemaking and Healing: Leadership Practices for Healthy, Inclusive Communities

Event Teams focus on Peacemaking and Healing join a Community Learning Exchange on May 15-18 in Seattle  Time will be available for teams to work on how to use the learning to advance their own goals and strengthen relationships among the team.

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YES! ... love +YES! Magazine
Earn less, spend less, pollute and degrade less. That's the formula.
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... Queen Anne Spring ...
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+Trish Whetzel thank you Trish! :)
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Thank you +Toby Beresford for including me in the +Leaderboarded *Top 100* of #wearables1k   ... I am truly honored!
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+Heather Evans thank you so much! ... I am humbled.
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This is SO Awesome! +Dove nails it again!


Dove: Patches:
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+Ivano Forgione Agreed.
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#GlassExplorer. Social Entrepreneur. LISTENING to #Seattle's Heartbeat & Humanity's Future. #Disruption with a Compassionate HEART ... I like kittehs.
... I was here at the beginning ... G+ Beta Tester ... I developed, deployed and acted as Executive Producer for first G+ Program integration into a +TED | TEDx event which included a Global Live HangOut Concert, the first G+ HangOut Broadcast from mainland China and G+nius Women's Panel.  I assisted +CERN & +CMS Experiment with filming their first G+ HangOut in preparation for their ground breaking Higgs Boson (God Particle) Discovery Announcements at the Large Hadron Collider in CERN, Switzerland. I am deeply honored to be selected as a member of the +Project Glass #GlassExplorers. I like creating Cultural Zeitgeists & Immersive Engagement. I am a #Disruptor with a Compassionate Heart!  I co-created the #SeattleGlassExplorers Community launched the #SeattleGlassExplorers Artists & Developers Incubator [#SGEIncubator] and am a Founding Member of the #GlassMed Communities.  I created Shifting POV YouTube VLog Series, a #WomensTechMakers Initiative, focusing on Women and LifeStyle 2.0! G+ is one of my playgrounds! & #ProjectGlass #GlassGrace #GlassExplorers #SeattleGlassExplorers #ImmersiveEngagement #ImmersiveEntertainment #TED #TEDWomen #GirlsEdu #TEDx #IAWTV #Disruptor #GlassHealth #GlassMed #GlassEdu #GlassFilm #GlassMusic #GlassArt #GlassSpace #GlassTravel #GlassAdventures
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  • Dakini 3 Media
    Creator|Executive Producer|Lead Sky Dancer & Launcher of the #SeattleGlassExplorers Artists & Developers Incubator #SGEIncubator, 2007 - present
  • Charter for Compassion
    Charter Partner, 2008 - 2013
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    Communications Steering Committee, 2012 - 2012
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    Communications Co-Chair & Executive Producer, 2010 - 2012
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Home of the Google Developer's Group Seattle, the #SeattleGlassExplorers had the opportunity to present our programs and prototypes in development to the GDG Seattle community. SURF was a perfect host for this speaking event as it combines a large presentation space combined with Downtown Seattle accessibility! SURF will be expanding soon and we are looking forward to seeing their new diggs! A great time was had by all!
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