Google Glass, possibly one of the most intriguing Google developments, is an Android computer fixed in a head-mounted display (HMD) which looks just like a pair of glasses. While developing technology in the realm of HMD for augmented reality has been around for a while, the Glass project is especially intriguing due to its revolutionarily sleek design as well as the consequences it may have for consumers’ telepresence.
There's been a lot of fuss over the fact that Google now has cameras everywhere - well, in the US, of course. (Google zooms in too close for some, says the New York Times.) In case you missed it, Google’s Street View feature for Google Maps allows users to see certain parts of several big US cities through panoramic images.
Because it is fun to google yourself I googled new media, and found that we currently sitting on page three (at around position 22) on the results page. If you use the South African Google we come up fourth, and if you constrain it to only South African pages then we are number 2. I also tried a search for citizen journalism and our tags section comes up as second. It is a bit arb, but it means we do have incoming links from Google for relevant stuff.