I don’t know if I’m an “early adopter” or “evangelist” for most gizmos and gadgets. But I have been a preacher for GLASS from the very first commercial. What astonishes me is how many Techies I know don’t give a hoot. Programmers and web designers who wet their shorts over their own programs and websites barely give it any credit at all. They expect it to flop.
This article is from a person who has used his GLASS for only 2 weeks and vindicates my belief that GLASS will be the “next big thing“.
A buddy asked me if I believed in it enough to invest in it. I don’t see how that’s directly possible. Either you would be investing in Google stock (I hate stock, no control) developing apps for the Google GLASS (too early in my opinion) or a retail outlet (yuck). It’s also tech. Investing in tech has too much fun attached to it, it’s too volatile and should be avoided unless you are investing in your own company (or mine wink wink). Investing shouldn’t be fun, it shouldn’t include being exciting about new products that’s not investing that’s gambling. Which is fine to do if 10% of capital is 100k or more per year. If not stick to the boring stuff we use everyday with low competition, patents or monopolies…like Gillette razors. See shaving razors, good, clean and terribly boring. That’s what Buffet bought during the tech boom, not tech stocks.