After its journey from the Bay Area to Stockton on Thursday morning, the mysterious Google Barge has quickly become an attraction for Central Valley residents.
Earlier this week, a sign was posted asking glass wearers to stay out of the Willows bar in the city’s SoMa District. Now, the website glasshole-free.org lists 12 San Francisco bars and 3 others in Oakland following suit.
You were likely fast asleep as Google began moving the mystery barge from the San Francisco Bay early Thursday, towing it up the Sacramento River Delta to Stockton.
A San Francisco South of Market bar frequented by a high-tech crowd has banned patrons from wearing Google Glass while inside the establishment.
The woman involved in an altercation at a San Francisco Haight-Ashbury bar over her Google Glass is gaining a huge social media following, with most of it casting her – and the tech industry she purportedly represents – in an unflattering light.
The Richmond City Council is expected to consider offering Google an invitation to use its docks for finishing construction on the Google Barge.
The woman who said she was attacked at a San Francisco Haight-Ashbury punk club for wearing Google Glass offered more details about her tense encounter Tuesday, and explained her decision to wear the technology into a bar named after an incendiary explosive.
A Bay Area woman said she was attacked for wearing the Google Glass wearable computer at a bar in San Francisco’s Lower Haight.
The San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh is representing the team’s Silicon Valley roots with what could be the first official team use of Google Glass.
Google has released a list of dos and don’ts for users of Google Glass and, and acknowledged the increasing use of a derogatory word for a person sporting the wearable computer.