According to Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers’ John Doerr, Twitter and Path are working on making their services available for Google Glass. Doerr has a close relationship with both companies as his firm has backed both of the services in the past and is on the Glass Collective team.

Doerr said the following on Twitter and Path coming to Glass via the KPCB blog:

Some companies we’ve backed, such as Twitter and Path, are already working on experiences for Glass. So are Evernote and The New York Times.

Doerr also quoted Path CEO Dave Morin, who said:

Glass represents a future of freedom. A future where you spend more time focused on the people you are with and the experiences you are having, rather than focused on your mobile device. Glass brings you the important information, context, and moments when you need them most.

Glass Collective is an investment syndicate between three investment firms: Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and Andreessen Horowitz. These companies will be working together to fund apps for the Glass platform.

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