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What’s her favorite thing about it [Google Glass]?
“It’s cool!” she said, standing in downtown South Bend. Her glasses were giving her walking directions for the nearest coffee shop — Chicory Cafe.
Her job as manager of Sights and Sounds for the St. Joseph County Public Library requires all sorts of searches for patrons, so it’s pretty simple for her to say, “OK, Glass. Google (name of movie).”
Kruppa flew out to San Francisco to pick up her pair at the Alameda Naval Air Station.
“We went out on boats to the base and there was a Google party, with Google food, and Google champagne and everyone got to try on different Glass colors,” Kruppa said.
Though she got picked for the test program, the new shades (yes, they have a sunglasses attachment) didn’t come free — a sticker price of around $1,500, she said.
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