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Sarah Price
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Glass Community & Social Media Lead
Glass Community & Social Media Lead

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n00b, then and now ;)
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Then & Now
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Baby Phoebe came exactly two weeks ago on #piday  3/14/15 at 8:25am – she missed the magic moment by an hour and a minute ;) She's doing fantastic, and we're even managing to get a little bit of sleep!
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Recently I’ve been working on a side project. After several months of heartburn and sleepless nights, we are finally getting ready to launch! I’m a little nervous, as with any new endeavor, but I couldn’t be more excited that it’s all coming to life. Launching will take all of my energy to deliver, and afterwards there will be a lot of messes to clean up. So, this is my last week before taking an extended leave from my current role. Don't worry, I'll be back later when everything is a bit more mature. ;)
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Bowser's ready for Halloween!

Happy Googleversary, +Dan Holevoet! Seven years at Google and counting...

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Viewfinder is pretty much my favorite thing ever... totally changes the way I take photos!
Thanks to you, Glass just got even better 

The Explorer Program has been an exciting ride, and as a result of your feedback, we’ve picked up the pace on making more improvements. In the last year we’ve made over a dozen software and several hardware updates. For example, we’ve improved battery life by over 20%, made voice search 10% faster and brought you frames, shades and prescription support. With I/O about to kick off, we wanted to share some of the most recent improvements we’ll be rolling out. You asked for…

an easier way to frame your shots, so we bring you viewfinder. When you say “ok glass, show the viewfinder” you’ll see white L’s in the four corners of your Glass screen. You can then either take a photo by saying “ok glass, take a picture,” with a wink, or by pushing the camera button.

more Google Now cards, so we launched two new ones to remind you where you parked your car and let you know when packages are coming your way. Stay tuned for more to come.

better performance, so Glass will now start shipping with 2GB of RAM.

We can’t wait to hear what you think – let us know in the comments.  
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Please join me in welcoming our new Glass Community Guide +Vanessa Lefton to the #glassfamily... who will be watching over our new group of Explorers FROM THE UK!!! http://goo.gl/2SyM7J
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LOVE these frames... so excited!
Today we’re announcing the DVF | Made for Glass collection, a collaboration that brings chic eyewear designs by iconic American fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg to the Glass Explorer Program. These new designs build on the style choices we gave Explorers when we launched the Titanium Collection in January.

Starting June 23, you can purchase the collection exclusively on +NET-A-PORTER and google.com/glass, which includes five new frames and eight new shades to give you even more ways to make Glass your own. At that time, you’ll also be able to purchase the Titanium collection on +MR PORTER

In 2012, we gave you an insider’s view of the +DVF Spring 2013 runway show with DVF [through Google Glass]. We’re honored to collaborate with her talented team again. Like Diane says, “technology is your best accessory.”

#dvfthroughglass
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Thought you guys might be interested in this ;) Make sure to follow +Google Self-Driving Car Project for further updates.
Fully autonomous driving has always been the goal of our project, because we think this could improve road safety and help lots of people who can't drive. 

We're now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they'll take you where you want to go! We'll use these vehicles to test our software and learn what it will really take to bring this technology into the world. 

Learn more: http://goo.gl/qDUtgq
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