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    March 17, 2014

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    Peyman Designer

    Dave is right , Its not responding well to voices

    dave semeraro

    I gave glass a try. It would not respond well to my voice and, due to poor adjustment, was difficult to see. I fail to see the utility of such a device. This from a man who does not use a smart phone and was not impressed by the first web browser (mosaic). (Ironic that I now work at the home of mosaic).

    So based on my previous track record, glass will be an huge success and everyone will be using it before you know it.

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