Here's a reminder: if you have $1,500 burning a hole in your pocket and are dying to look like some kind of cyborg secret agent, now's your chance. For a limited time, Google is allowing any U.S. resident over 18 years of age to purchase a set of its Glass, uh, glasses.
All you have to do is head to this page and click the purchase link. There's also a form you can fill out, but that's only for folks who reside outside the U.S. and want to be notified about updates to the program. (Google says it's "working hard to bring Glass to other countries.")
The signup page doesn't have a whole lot of other info, but last we heard, today's promotion was supposed to be a while-supplies-last type of deal, and Google was planning to charge the full $1,500 (plus tax) for a Glass kit. Oh, and the kit was supposed to come with "your favorite shade or frame," as well.
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