I just received my Google Glass today!
Here is what Google Glass looks like coming out of the box.
Unboxing them was simpler than what I anticipated.
Now on to Google Glass usage!
I have bought 972,045,102 Google ads, produced 5,386,091 visitors & booked 110,515 transactions (leads & sales) with Google Adwords.
I no longer actively blog but do publish the Tim Cohn Digital Daily which features the most current technology industry news.
As of today, The Tim Cohn Digital Daily has been viewed 2,368,519 times.
All data that can be recorded and stored sold off or against will be.
Google features a doodle honoring the birthday of Robert Noyce, the co-founder of Intel and the co-inventor of the integrated circuit or microchip.
Noyce co-founded Fairchild Semiconductor in 1957, the company that pioneered transistor and integrated circuit manufacturing.
Jack Kilby invented the integrated circuit using germanium in 1958 and later received a Nobel Prize for his work. Noyce’s breakthrough, which replaced germanium with silicon, came a half year later, but solved some practical problems in Kilby’s design and laid the foundation for all modern computer chips.
Together with Gordon Moore and Arthur Rock Noyce co-founded the even more influential Intel corporation in 1968.
Intel was the first company to start successfully manufacturing microprocessors, which in turn made it one of the world’s preeminent technology companies.
The Google Q3 2011 earnings statement in a word cloud -
I was thinking about the average American’s capacity for attention this morning when I posted the following:
Thinks the average American's attention span shrunk ten fold in the last decade.—
Tim Cohn (@TimCohn) May 02, 2011
At the time, I also thought there was a correlation between Attention Span and Moore’s Law.
After further thought I think there is a correlation.
As a result, I suggest the following: as Moore’s Law states “the number of transistors that can be placed inexpensively on an integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years” the Attention Span Theory posits the average American’s attention span shrinks by 200% approximately every two years.