If you go to the Google Glass page for "How To Get One," Google now informs you that the contest is over, and applications are now closed.
"But the conversation is just getting started," Google says. That's true, as further evidenced by words from Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley at Mobile World Congress and a recent sighting of Mark Zuckerberg talking to Sergey Brin about the device (not to mention this TMZ "interview").
Google says this on the page now:
Thank you so much to everyone who applied to be a Glass Explorer.
We have been overwhelmed, entertained and inspired by your responses. #ifihadglass is now closed and we will be notifying successful applicants soon. If you don’t hear from us, don’t despair! There will be more chances to get Glass at a later date.
If you would like to stay informed about Glass, you can sign up here.
There is a form on the page where you can sign up to stay informed.
Google has said that Google Glass will be available to all by the end of the year, and that they will cost less than the $1,500 early contest winners have to pay.