Tag: Google

In Head?Hunting, Big Data May Not Be Such a Big Deal

So many good things about hiring and personnel in this article with  Laszlo Bock, senior vice president of people operations at Google. Q.Other insights from the data you’ve gathered about Google employees? A. One of the things we’ve seen from all our data crunching is that G.P.A.’s are worthless as a criteria for hiring, and test scores are […]


What’s Inside Google Glass?

What’s Inside Google Glass? Google’s latest and hottest gadget needs little introduction. Since its public unveiling in April 2012, the tiny head-mounted Android computer has been collecting controversy and sociological analysis. It is currently available in limited beta to eminent members of the tech community and to a selection of “Glass Explorers”. As members of the latter program, […]

Could Google Glass Secure Better Services in the Future? #fluentconf

Could Google Glass Secure Better Services in the Future? #fluentconf This is kind of a random article that went up after doing an interview with Silicon Garage today at Fluent. I’m wondering if they have some kind of article generation service that writes the content while watching the video. Anyways, more press!

Glass Questions

Glass Questions Do They Meet a Need? Seems pretty ob­vi­ous to me; I’m damn sick of haul­ing out my mo­bile to find out what time it is, or to check on my next meet­ing, or to glance at a map, or to snap a quick photo of an in­ter­est­ing street­light or what­ever. Will They Suc­ceed? […]

‘Misdirection, Doublespeak, Non-Answers, and Straight Up Bad Decisions’

They have really great projects that they start, but they seem to lack on idea of what the use case is, or the follow through needed to make them a success. Search+ seems like one of those things that the engineers pushed through without thinking about the ramifications. I would argue that this was a […]