How To Get More Out Of Your Glass: The Best Glass for Photography

By now you’ve probably heard of the new Glass app from Google.

While it’s still a new product, the feature makes for a great tutorial on how to use Glass.

Here’s a video to show you how to make the most of it.

We’re also going to show how to put Glass on your desk for work.

Glass is an interactive app that allows users to interact with the Glass display by tapping on it and moving the screen.

If you want to make it look more like a phone, you can set a number of gestures to interact in different ways.

The most obvious way to interact is to press a few buttons to show your email address, but you can also tap on the screen to take a photo.

Here are some of the best ways to use the app:First, tap on your Glass screen.

This will bring up the menu bar, where you can choose to “open up” your Glass.

You can also click on your camera to see a video of your photos, or use your phone to swipe up to view a photo of yourself.

You also can tap on a photo to see the photo in the Glass camera.

You may also tap the camera icon to see more detailed details.

The first time you use Glass, it will take a few seconds to connect to your phone.

The second time, you will be asked to connect your phone, and you will have to wait a few minutes.

The third time you connect, Glass will ask you to confirm your Glass connection by tapping your phone again.

You should be able to see that your phone is now connected to your Glass display.

Once you’re connected, you’ll be able tap on Glass to see your Glass camera view and take a picture of yourself, or you can tap a button to get a video.

Glass has an integrated “viewfinder” that shows you your camera’s position and distance, so you can check out your surroundings.

When you’re done, you should be asked for permission to use your Glass for a moment.

The “open-up” option will open the Glass app and bring up a menu.

This allows you to set a password to unlock Glass, and it’ll let you enter your Glass password.

When Glass has finished connecting, you need to select “continue” to see it.

You will then be asked if you want the app to save your password, and yes, you do have to enter it before Glass can use your password.

If the password doesn’t work, you may have to restart Glass.

Glass has some limitations when it comes to recording video.

It won’t record video from the camera, so if you have a GoPro, you won’t be able use Glass to record a video or video from your phone for use with Glass.

Glass also doesn’t support streaming video.

You can also set up Glass to “pause” and “skip” videos.

This lets you pause or skip videos in case they’re too distracting.

The same goes for “play” videos, which is what Glass does when it detects that a user is playing a video, and Glass will pause the video.

You’ll need to tap on it to play it.

If your device doesn’t have an HDMI port, you might have to use an adapter for your video connection.

If it does have an adapter, it’s possible to connect an HDMI cable to Glass, but the video can’t be played.

Michigan man charged with murder of his mother’s ex-boyfriend

A man accused of killing his mother-in-law and her boyfriend has been charged with second-degree murder, police said.

Amber McBride, 34, was arraigned Friday in the Eastern Michigan Municipal Court in Grand Rapids, the city’s court website said.

The judge set her bail at $1 million and set a Nov. 20 preliminary hearing for McBride.

According to police, McBride was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound Monday at her home in Lansing, Mich.

Her boyfriend was also in the house, but McBride and the man were not injured, police spokeswoman Laura Stokes said.

McBride’s body was taken to the state’s medical examiner’s office for an autopsy, which could take days, Stokes told The Associated Press.

McBride and her ex-husband, Scott, 30, were divorced in March.

The couple had been together for about a year.

McBrides father, Robert McBride Sr., was in court Friday for her arraignment.

He declined to comment.

Scott McBride did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

McBridge is being held on $1.8 million bond, according to the Lansing State Journal.

She is being arraigned in the Kent County District Court in Kent County, Michigan.