Just imagine the scene: news breaks that one of the most influential figures in the history of technology is having an affair with an underling. But instead of choosing one of the many photos Amanda Rosenberg herself uploaded, People magazine apparently seizes the first snap of a woman in Google Glass it can find.
I'm sure a lot of people would love to appear in a celeb magazine, but not incorrectly outed as Google co-founder Sergey Brin's lover. Even that sentence was hard to write! The issue, on newsstands now, uses a cropped version of this scene from paparazzi goldmine Splash News:
But the Splash shot isn't of anyone famous—it's essentially a stock photo of a bicycling woman sporting a face computer. Here's how Splash describes the photo in its database:
Reference: SPL570337_001Headline: Google Glasses spotted on the streets of New York CityDate of Picture: 06/29/2013See the set: SPL570337Usage: World RightsCaption: *NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS OR NEW YORK POST*EXCLUSIVE / NO NYC PAPERS SALESA lady seen wearing the soon to be released google glasses whilst riding on her citibike in New York City, USA.Pictured: Google GlassesRef: SPL570337 290613Picture by: Dave Spencer / Splash News