More photos of "Those Glasses" from Google's +Project Glass, as worn by Google co-founder +Sergey Brin. Thanks +Thomas Hawk for eating in the dark with me last night and not spilling any wine on me (if you ever get a chance to eat a meal totally in the dark it's an incredible experience).

By the way, congrats to +Anne Wojcicki, cofounder of +23andMe who won the +Foundation Fighting Blindness' visionary award last night. +Google Ventures posted a photo of her shortly after winning the award, along with yet another photo of +Sergey Brin (which makes sense, cause they are married).

By the way, of everyone at our table +Thomas Hawk and I had the cleanest plates at the end of dinner when they turned the lights back on and +Thomas Hawk did pour his own wine completely in the dark. I wasn't quite so brave (I planned ahead and poured mine while the lights were still on).

Now I'm off to speak at Zurb, http://www.zurb.com/ , one of Silicon Valley's top design consultancies.
+Robert Scoble and +Sergey Brin at last night's Dinner in the Dark benefit for the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Sergey was sporting a prototype of the hotest new accessory of the evening, the Google glasses.

You can get a closer view of Sergey and the glasses here: http://goo.gl/cLFwM and an even closer view here: http://goo.gl/1qftX

Sergey's wife and 23andMe Co-Founder Anne Wojcicki was at the dinner receiving an award from the Foundation.

Good news Canon. Sergey says he is in fact upgrading from a 5D Mark II to the 5D Mark III, but he's also getting a Nikon D800 too, so it will be interesting to see which one he ends up liking more.
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