Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 3rd May 2013 21:32 UTC
Google "After reading all the reviews, and talking to people who actually wore Glass, I just see a product plagued by bugs, and of questionable use, that's generating a lot of buzz because people want so desperately to have some new gadget to latch onto, and fear being wrong about the next major technology trend." Nobody wants a computer in their home. Nobody wants a cell phone and always be connected. Nobody wants an iPhone. The current version of this line? Nobody wants Glass. "I haven't worn Glass." Oh right.
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M.Onty
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2009-10-23

Privacy will become extinct and social interactions will diminish to the detriment of society. Call me paranoid or delusional but this is where I see this technology going.


Maybe privacy will become seriously endangered. If so then societies will, in time, exhaust themselves with constant scrutiny & cast some of that behaviour off until we're broadly at peace with the resultant balance. At worse we'll veer wildly from privacy to secrecy a few times. Nothing's for ever. Not even Google's databases.

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