Ahhhhh! Too much too soon. This new video previewing Google's new tech initiative — Project Glass, by name — offers a too-real look into the not-so-distant future of communications, photography, and playing the ukelele.
And by that, we mean the ability to make appointments, book concert tickets, and chat with your adorable, brown-eyed girlfriend without even moving your hands. That's all well and good, but we don't know if we're ready to even consider this total sunrise-to-sunset immersion in tech — personally, we don't want to live in a world where our managing editor can pop into our field of vision at any time, day or night (sorry, Christie). As well, the proposed headgear of Project Glass is a little too Maison Martin Margelia to wear every day. Who's with us here?
Grace Hopper was a computing genius, a scientist, a glass-ceiling breaker, a feminist, and an all-around badass — and you've likely never heard of her. Today, she's finally getting her due. Hopper, who died in 1992, was a computer engineer who served in the Navy during World War II and went on to develop the first read
Being single would be so much easier if there was at least someone to shower you with flowers and love letters, right? Well, you're in luck. For a price, you can get sent loving texts, voicemails and even handwritten notes from someone pretending to be your sweetie, thanks to a new service called Invisible read