The New York Times' Claire Cain Miller wondered if that was allowed. "I t is questionable whether that follows the game's rules," she wrote.
Computer security legend, Bruce Schneier, decided it isn't allowed.
"Questionable? Questionable?" He wrote today on his blog. "It just like using a computer's dictionary while playing Scrabble, or a computer odds program while playing poker, or a computer chess program while playing an in-person game. There's no question at all -- it's cheating."
Schneier then pointed out, "We're seeing the birth of a new epithet, 'glasshole.'"
Urban Dictionary, keeper of all things meme, already has a definition for it. "Glasshole" means "a person who constantly talks to their Google Glass, ignoring the outside world."
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