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Writing on Glass plus Glass invites

Was putting together an email and made use of a new Firefox plugin called GLASS as a better way to share the links in my communication. If you haven't tried it yet, the app lets you share content on the web with customized notes that you can write on top of the shared web page - it's like sending someone a magazine article with post-it notes pointing to the cool parts. It will be really cool to see what happens as the platform opens up to new browsers and venues - anything that facilitates sharing and turns that process into a customized experience is going to have a dog in the race that is social media. You can see my day's Glass feed at http://writeonglass.com/#nogoyo. Good luck, Border Stylo.

FYI, I have some Glass invites to give out. Anyone want one? Follow me on Twitter and I'll DM you.

Reader Comments (3)

Thanks for the shout out Noah! We're thrilled that you're enjoying Glass. Let me know if I can help with anything (even if it's more invites!)


August 10, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJenn @ Glass

Hey Jenn! Thanks for the comment! I'm just getting getting my feet wet with Glass. I'll let you know how it goes.

Thanks for the offer for more invites, too!

August 10, 2010 | Unregistered Commenternogoyo

Several of the most common techniques for producing glass art include: blowing, kiln-casting, fusing, slumping, pate-de-verre, flame-working, hot-sculpting and cold-working. Cold work includes traditional stained glass work as well as other methods of shaping glass at room temperature.

March 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDouble Glazing Evesham

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