Google Glass Explorers eBook Series

Interested in following my journey as a Google Glass Explorer? Want to know more details about why a therapist and artist would be given the opportunity to purchase Google Glass before the commercial launch set for sometime in 2014?

I’m writing a three-part eBook series exclusively sold on the iBooks store. Each interactive book comes with rich photography, film, and links to information about Google Glass and my experiences with one of nation’s largest consumer beta testing programs in recent technology history.

iBook 2 #afterihadglass (complimentary eBook)

Download your complimentary copy of the second of three eBooks in my Google Glass Explorer series, #afterihadglass. This eBook expands on the first eBook, answering common questions regarding what it is truly like to wear a mobile computing device such as Google Glass. Included is a chapter on some of the people I met along the journey, and their stories and photos.

This eBook contains more multimedia content than its predecessor, and an indepth discussion about both the positive features and the controversy surrounding Google Glass.

Written for ages 13 and up, this personal account helps savvy consumers approach the topic of ubiquitous computing with humor, authenticity, and appropriate context. As the daughter of a computer science professor and a business owner of a micro computing store in the early 1980’s, I share stories that help readers understand why wearable technology is the future we cannot afford to miss.

Download your copy by clicking on this link:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/afterihadglass/id926130009?mt=11

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iBook 1 #beforeihadglass (complimentary eBook)

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Download your complimentary copy of the first of three eBooks in my Google Glass Explorer series, #beforeihadglass. This eBook will give you the terminology to begin talking about this remarkable HUD and the kinds of questions it has provoked regarding the future of computing, privacy issues, and its possible effects on social behavior.

Written for ages 13 and up, this personal account helps savvy consumers approach the topic of ubiquitous computing with humor, authenticity, and appropriate context. As the daughter of a computer science professor and a business owner of a micro computing store in the early 1980’s, I share stories that help readers understand why wearable technology is the future we cannot afford to miss.

Download your copy by clicking on this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/beforeihadglass/id725324377?mt=11

 

 

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