The world can't take it
Die, Google Glass, for the sake of conversation, serendipity, and chance. For the cause of humans acting like humans rather than things, just die.
I see it happening with my friends already; technology has seamlessly changed the definition of dating—you used to go out and meet people, now you can meet a hundred people in one day by just looking at a screen. What's next? The optimistic route suggests that it’s good that we’re connecting this way and that we’re becoming smarter with the sheer amount of information at hand.
However, when I’m talking to a person whose attention is half on me and half on on their screen, I can only imagine the consequences when their eyes become the screen.
Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and, yes, is fully aware that his last name is Glass. He's not related to Ira, Seymour, or Google—f*ck off.