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Steven Mautone
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Attended University of Notre Dame
Lives in San Francisco, CA
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More free accessories?

Did XE16 brick your Glass? You might need a swap. Luckily, while my Glass continues to reboot occasionally, I don't think it's completely bricked. Hopefully a new update will be coming soon!
While Google has confirmed that it is aware of boot loop issues surrounding the XE16.1 software update, and is actively working on a patch, it appears that the problem could be bigger than expected for some Glass Explorers. At least for now, it looks like users that bricked their Glass devices after updating to XE16.1 [...]
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The lag and the reboots feel like KitKat growing pains. Can't wait to get over it.
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I've still got far to go...

Ingress continues to be a challenge. I've become a Seer lately, seeing and submitting new portals everywhere I go. I guess now I'll start walking even farther.
 
I discovered a new medal last night. Rumor is there is another one if you "walk 500 more"...
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And I would walk 500 miles
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It's hard to get a good horizon across the ocean in a #photosphere  

Check this out... Chip was moving around while I took this photosphere, so he appears in the photo four times! And a few of them kinda look like Marty and Doc Brown are messing with the Space Time Continuum! 

We gotta go back! Back to the future!
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Check out this concept: Google Draw.

I've been a +Livescribe user for many years now. I think the idea of a digital pen is exceptional. Their latest upgrade of giving the device WiFi to auto sync your notes is great, but could go even further. That's where Google Draw comes in. A fully connected, augmented reality pen would be an amazing peripheral. I'd use it all the time and it would make Glass a content creation device rather than simply content consumption.
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+Charles Gaines Livescribe is connected to Evernote... but having Glass involved would be awesome!
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Support +Craig Chamberlin as he provides tech lessons and advice.

This is exactly why I created my +Beacon blog. We need to find a sustainable business model other than simply advertising as part of a giant machine. Craig provides amazing information, let's become his Patrons and help him continue to share his knowledge.
 
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I'm going to check out your blog too +Steven Mautone :)
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When I need a healing
I just look up to the ceiling
I see the sun coming down
I know it's all better now

- Flo Rida

This is my new Glass quote. It perfectly sums up the Glass experience.

#throughglass
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Yup.
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I just got an email that I was not selected to IO from the lottery... but what about the code I found on +Google Developers? Will I get a second email containing my confirmation?
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Your awsome
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Occupation
Developer Advocate and Technical Account Manager
Skills
HTML and CSS; Product Management and Design
Employment
  • Beacon
    Wearable Technology Writer, present
  • Wix.com
    Wix Developers Community, present
  • Esurance
    esurance.com
  • Royal Caribbean International
    royalcaribbean.com
  • Showtime Networks
    sho.com
  • BBC America
    bbcamerica.com
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Currently
San Francisco, CA
Previously
Short Hills, Millburn, NJ - Notre Dame, IN - New York, NY - Miami, FL - Monterey, CA
Story
Tagline
I ❤ Wearable Tech
Introduction
I'm obsessed with: Q.bo, Google Glass, GlassUp, META, Moto 360, Omate TrueSmart, Thalmic Labs' MYO, Kiwi Move, Narrative Clip, Lumo Lift, NFC Ring, ZBoard, SmartThings, the Ubi, Bionic Power, and SolePower.

Check out my personal blog at extremis.com

I'm now writing a series on +Beacon titled: The Rise of Wearable Computing

I love wearable devices and ubiquitous computing:
- Web / Cloud computing
    (I'm a Google Apps Certified Sales Specialist)
- wearable / mobile technology
    (I am a co-founder of GoogleGlassFans.com along with +Stephen Hall and +Jonathan Kizer)
    (I'm a LivingThruGlass.com Contributor)
    (I've started a series on BeaconReader.com)
- The Internet of Things
- robotics

I started a Google+ Community to share and discuss Ubiquitous computing and another Community focused on Android Wear.


My posts and opinions are my own, not that of my employer.
Bragging rights
Google Glass Explorer; Member of the winning 'Dart Hacking' team at the first Google Glass hackathon: BreakingGlass #BrGl #GlassFrogger
Education
  • University of Notre Dame
    BBA in Management Information Systems
  • Indiana University South Bend
    MS in Management of Information Technology
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Male
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Networking
Other names
inverted-web, invertedweb, inverted, extremis, e5