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Battle over Google Glass etiquette erupts in another Seattle diner

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Nov
2013

Nick Starr, a network engineer in Seattle, learned that the hard way this month on a visit to the Lost Lake Cafe, a 24-hour diner in Seattles Capitol Hill neighborhood. It turns out that Starr had walked into an establishment owned by one of the more vocal anti-Glass restaurateurs. Lost Lake owner David Meinert made headlines in March when he preemptively banned Glass from another establishment he owns, Seattles 5 Point Cafe. Its about privacy, Jason Lajeunesse, Meinerts business partner, told Forbes.

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