A postmodern gem or a design postmortem? My walls are up, guarded and hesitant to make the case for a glass block revival. The timing is right, but I’m yet to be convinced. Call me a square if you want, but then head over to AnOtherMag to weigh in. Does the glass block wall deserve a comeback?
Code script put together by Julian Oliver which detects Google Glass devices on a WiFi network and blocks them:
This script is a response to a comment by Omer Shapira that the presence of Google Glass worn by audience at an ITP graduate exhibition left him feeling understandably uneasy; it was not possible to know whether they were recording, or even streaming what they were recording to a remote service over WiFi.
The … script will find and detect Google Glass on the local network and kick them off.