They nailed it with this quote:
"The most important thing to remember about Google Glass up until this point is that...Project Glass was an experiment, and those wearing the device (Explorers) and the people they came into contact with were all its subjects."
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Thanks for the lively discussion about experiments vs expectations , Things have come a long, long way since Nov.
Can anyone justify how this is acceptable? The #1 market cap company in the world, who makes over $2B (billion) off the app store alone, can't create a more efficient process or hire more people to alleviate the backlog.
This is completely unacceptable! And what astonishes me the most is that so many accept this process without so much as whimper. Some have said, "Well, it's the cost of doing business with Apple." I'm sorry, but you're wrong. It's an example of poor customer service perpetuated by Apple's arrogance.
Speaker: David East (Angular Core Contributor)
With ng-conf right around the corner it's time to catch a glimpse of Angular2. Angular Core Contributor David East will give an overview of what's new in Angular and live code a Todo app with Angular2 and Firebase. Get a taste of Angular2 before its alpha release!
Livestreaming will be available at http://youtube.com/user/angularjs/live (start time is 6.30p PT), and the video will also be available approx 1 week afterward.
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iPad owners, we're in review with Apple. Your turn is coming.
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