My sons make fun of me for constantly telling people about all the wonderful Google tools I have come to love. I can’t imagine living and dying without experiencing the amazing technological leaps we have the pleasure to experience today and tomorrow. Google offers so much more than a simple social media platform. The fact that Google continues to develop ways the average person can experience life more incredibly is the reason I feel compelled to share my excitement.
People often ask me if I think Google+ will be around for the long haul, or if gmail is worth setting up. I answer by listing some of the most amazing tools I couldn’t do without, and then I tell them about some of the projects I have heard are in development. My favorite is Google glass (I used to call it Google glasses until a friend corrected me and explained it’s only one). Here is a demo of Google glass, aired live June 27 (yes, moments ago as I type this very blog post):
I’ve never known a company to move so quickly, and to involve the general public in the excitement of new projects. lI would love to be one of their alpha testers and experience these things as they are in development… as long as I don’t have to jump out of a plane, that is.