In major metropolitan areas and in Silicon Valley, there have been a rash of sightings of people wearing Google Glass. They look like inhabitants of the future, come back to ride our subways and drink our “Ass Juice” and report back to their leaders about what the world used to be like, well before everyone had the Internet on his or her face.
Maybe you’ve seen these people around San Francisco or Mountain View, inevitably staring off into space while swiping the sides of their glasses during conversation, ignoring those around them while surfing the web or scrolling through images they’ve captured with the device. I like to call them “Glassholes.”
Glassholes aren’t just annoying because they’re wearing portable electronics that no one else can get their hands on. They’re annoying because they represent a coming time where our worst insecurities will finally come true. Today, you…
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