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Glass, Google's head-mounted mobile computing device, is still available only to early adopters, or "Explorers," willing to pay $1,500 for hardware not yet ready for prime time. While the world waits to see how a commercial version of Glass will look and feel, the device already elicits strong reactions — from curiosity to privacy concerns to downright disgust.
After writing blog posts and articles about Glass, I finally tried it. Six weeks later, here are the top 12 Google Glass feature I love or hate (and sometimes both). Some you might expect; others might surprise you.
James A. Martin writes the CIO.com Martin on Mobile Apps blog. Follow him on Twitter @james_a_martin and on Google+.