Newt Gingrich to use Google Glass to convert Piers Morgan

http://twitter.com/#!/newtgingrich/status/304407599783243776

The #ifihadglass hashtag you might have seen trending this afternoon was a marketing effort by Google to promote its upcoming release of the Internet-enabled Google Glass eyeglasses (the ones Matt Drudge warned you about). Some who tweet what they’d do with the glasses will be chosen to receive a pair early. (They still have to pay the $1,500 price tag, though.)

New demo movies give an idea of what the glasses can do, but are they powerful enough to make Piers Morgan see straight? Is this a more realistic goal than the manned moon base?

#ifihadglass i could get @piersmorgan to see my point of viewgoogle.com/glass/start/@projectglass

— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) February 21, 2013

You’ll need more than glass! > RT @newtgingrich #ifihadglass i could get @piersmorgan to see my point of view google.com/glass/start/

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 21, 2013

Gingrich really wants in on Google Glass. He has a backup plan if Google doesn’t go for the Piers Morgan thing (which it should).

#ifihadglass i would take it on tours of zoos and museums to share the animals and fossils — @projectglass google.com/glass/start/

— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) February 21, 2013

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