Asking Nancy Pelosi a question through Google Glass

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While reporters had a number of questions for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Calif., during her weekly press briefing today, she had a question for me when I asked about the fate of immigration reform in the House: “What’s with the Google Glass?”

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Seeing the future: My first hours with Google Glass

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Right now my Google Glass is sitting next to my laptop. It’s resting … er, charging. From the moment I picked it up this morning, my first hours with it have been a whirlwind.

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No Google Glasses allowed, declares dive bar

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Google’s high-tech augmented reality “Project Glass” spectacles are still in development, and not available for purchase. But Seattle’s 5 Point Cafe is getting ahead of the game — and fueling a debate over privacy — by banning the devices from the bar in advance.

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Google Glass is an all-knowing virtual assistant — is your head ready?

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"One thing that we’re really excited about and working hard on is transforming the way that people interact with Google." The words of Scott Huffman, Google’s vice president of engineering for Search, echoed through my head as I watched a video demonstrating the search engine giant’s latest sensation, Project Glass. "From the stilted one-keyword-at-a-time conversation, to more of a natural conversation … like a human assistant."

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Would you wear Google Glass? If so, what aspect interests you most?