It seems like if products coming out of the geospatial and/or technology revolutions are anything, they are polarizing. Two years ago, it was LightSquared versus the established GPS community. Last year (and continuing), it's the reality that drones are inbound to domestic skies. This year, one product seems to have already created a lead that may soon be insurmountable - Google Glass. Articles from the it's Good and it's Evil Camps are provided below:
(Washington Post, March 25, 2013)
(NPR, March 25, 2013)
(The Telegraph, March 19, 2013)
(Foxnews.com, March 19, 2013)
(CNET, March 15, 2013)
Comment: The difference in number of stories above is not accidental - it's reflective of proportions found in the press. Clearly, if Google Glass is going to be successful, it's got some PR work to do.
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