It will ruin human interaction
For better or worse, technology has killed uncertainty. We always know which street to turn on, which restaurants are nearby, where our friends are located, and the status of the weather. Of course, we’re at an advantage—we’re the lucky generation, getting lost has become a thing of the past—but, you’ve got to wonder where the ceiling is and if it even exists.
Google Glass is wearing your submission to the Internet on your head, donning a statement that you’ve chosen the much treaded e-path over one of analogue-fueled whimsy. Wasn’t it fun going on long car trips knowing you weren’t exactly sure how to get to your destination? You’d stop at gas stations, ask for directions, interact with other humans.