People who have forked out $1,500 to pre-order Google Glass will at least have something to fill their time while they wait, with a special Google+ circle set up for the lucky few.
The Google Glass Augmented reality specs are causing a fair amount of excitement in the tech world right now, not least because of the impressive aerial entrance the device made at Google's I/O.
The people who coughed up to get in early with the project are being termed Glass Explorers – and they have no problem being transparent with the limited information Google gives them.
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Phandroid has published the first post, and promised to keep the world updated on just what Google is "glass-bagging" on about in its (not very) private group.
"Greetings, Glass Explorers! It was great to meet you a few weeks ago at I/O," said the first post.
"As you know, being an Explorer is about being part of a unique, trusted community that will help shape the future of Glass.
"We're going to start sharing private updates with you on Google+. We'll be posting exclusive content (see Sergey's post, above), as well as inviting you to special events and Hangouts where you'll get the chance to meet the team."