Mashable pointed out earlier today that it looks as though Google did a poor job processing people’s answers to #ifihadglass contest:
On their Project Glass page, Google stated: “a few applications that don’t comply with our terms have slipped through the cracks”. I am curious what happened to all the applicants that misspelled the tag (our tools detected and captured a couple of thousand of those) – they wrote #ifihadaglass (with an extra “a”) instead of #ifihadglass:
All those entries provided legitimate ideas (including one about a surgeon recording and broadcasting an operation, or one about treating Alzheimer’s) – so I really hope Google captured and considered them as well:
This may easily turn into a media crisis. First of all, Project Glass people made it sound they were actually reviewing the applications:
“We have been overwhelmed, entertained and inspired by your responses.”
Second, this is Google we are talking about. The biggest data company in the world. And they did a really sloppy job processing the responses.
For our earlier analysis of the Google Glass applications, check here:
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