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Today in warm fuzzies, Warby Parker's co-founder Neil Blumenthal defines success for us: "Success would be knowing that I didn't waste too much time with my life and that I positively impacted the lives of a few people. On a broader scale, success would be if more people used business and design to do good." Here's hoping that philosophy applies to the Google Glass collab. [Refinery29]