I started my second company in 1999. BodyMedia was set up to take advantage of the future of wearables - sensors and computing worn on our bodies in any and all ways that could make our lives better.
I'm a father to four kids, so it bothers me that even though our children think big naturally, our society systematically trains them out of thinking that way.
Google Glass is the wearable computer that responds to voice commands and displays information on a visual display.
Every time you drop the price by a factor of two, you roughly get a 10 times pickup of the number of people who will seriously consider buying it.
Really great entrepreneurs have this very special mix of unstoppable optimism and scathing paranoia.
Google is already overflowing with incredibly creative bright groups already working on lots of the software problems of the world.