Respect others and if they have questions about Glass don’t get snappy. Be polite and explain what Glass does and remember, a quick demo can go a long way. In places where cell phone cameras aren’t allowed, the same rules will apply to Glass. If you’re asked to turn your phone off, turn Glass off as well. Breaking the rules or being rude will not get businesses excited about Glass and will ruin it for other Explorers.The Google Glass Explorer docs • In a section titled “Don’t … Be creepy or rude (aka, a “Glasshole”).”
Mr. Krebs — a former reporter at The Washington Post who taught himself to read Russian while jogging on his treadmill and who blogs with a 12-gauge shotgun by his side — is so entrenched in the digital underground that he is on a first-name basis with some of Russia’s major cybercriminals. Many call him regularly, leak him documents about their rivals, and try to bribe and threaten him to keep their names and dealings off his blog.Brian Krebs, security journalist and all-around interesting character, gets his New York Times profile. You might know him from such work as the Target breach and the Adobe breach.
Just after landing, the co-pilot came out of the cockpit and ran to the police and said, ‘I’m the hijacker.’ He said he is not safe in his own country and wants asylum.Geneva, Switzerland police spokesman Pierre Grangean • Discussing the hijacking of an Ethiopian Airlines flight. The hijacker, who was supposed to be flying the plane to Italy when he failed to land, was not armed and nobody was hurt. (He hijacked the plane by locking the pilot out of the cockpit after he went to use the bathroom.) The 31-year-old man simply flew the plane to Switzerland in an effort to seek asylum.