Jerry Seinfeld-Asshole to Glasshole
Posted on June 28, 2014
June 28, 2014
Jerry Seinfeld is just the latest paid pawn proving that Google Glass is clueless on how or who to market their product to, as he’s on this month’s Wired according to his wife’s Instagram. I’m sure it’s a hilarious Seinfeldesque take on the product. (yawn) No, I’m sure we’ll get to watch a comedian officially jumping the shark in a product that never even made it in the water. Jason Jones of the Daily Show did it best (and first).
It’s a bit of an oddity having a company which has a company motto of “Don’t be evil” (it’s even the first line of their Code Of Conduct http://investor.google.com/corporate/code-of-conduct.html) who provide such an easy way for users of their product to be so invasive.
I think their PR/Marketing people are a bit tone deaf also. Maybe it’s just Silicon Valley elitism at it’s worst.
And, if the Washington Post and the Guardian are correct, they allow(ed) NSA access to their data stores.
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