When Google Glass debuts next year, the way we tell stories and watch others tell them may start to change in significant ways. And not just for the people who upload their life moments onto YouTube.
From the July 16, 2013 issue of Variety
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With Canadian sketch comedy troupe Picnicface on the backburner, one of its members is coming into his own.
Barry Rothbart may be a funny guy, but he's not joking when he says he auditioned for Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" three times before realizing who the director was.
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