So I stumbled across this forum after, guess what: breaking my nose on a storefront's glass. The path to exit the store led right to it (you had to sidestep to the left for the door). There were no markings on the glass whatsoever, and it looked just like an open frame leading to the vestibule (there was another door to the outside). And you guys know what? I wish they would have had some f*ing markings so I could have seen it. If it takes a couple small lawsuits to implement injury and/or life saving design in business, I'm all for it, and my ugly, bloody, and swollen broken nose would have appreciated it too. Pretty soon, this stuff gets integrated into building code, and we all win. No, I don't plan to sue, but only because I don't have the time. But I'm willing to bet this happens all the time.
Also, I'm glad to see that a few people here correctly understand Liebeck v. McDonalds. That lady had third degree burns on her vagina --the water was practically boiling-- and McDonald's wrote a real nasty letter when she asked for them to pay her medical bills from all the skin grafts. 2.6M = 2 days worth of coffee revenue, what's the big f'n deal? Are you really so protective of the corporation? It's always the same hyperjudgmental, but probably fat, ugly, and stupid middle aged Missourian in the f'ing service industry who feels so self-righteous that indignation is his kneejerk response. Let us protect ourselves, including you, you dumb jerks.
p.s. Apple blows, get a real machine and go Linux.