vivekpreddy asked:

You and the Atlantic miss another major point in regards to Google Maps. When Project Glass is fully launched, Google will have true means to crowdsource imagery of everywhere, including inside buildings. They're deriving meaning from the physical world in much the same way that they derived meaning of the web with the original Google Search, and Glass will give them a gigantic barrier to entry to the project, allowing them to impact mobile in brand new ways. How will Google not win this battle?

Interesting point…

  1. dbreunig said: Even if Glass fails (which it will in it’s current form) the data gathered by customers will be invaluable. They’re conning customers to whitewash their fence.
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