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People need - and should strive for - real, physical contact with one another.
Speak for yourself - I much prefer online people to real ones
Its a gimmick. Although don't get me wrong, there's no doubt its an awesome piece of tech, with so many applications but I cant see it flying off the shelves and I cant see the android masses walking round the streets wearing them. Give it a week after release before there's a report of a traffic incident where someone wearing google glass got run over.
He speaks for a lot of people. I would refuse to talk with anyone wearing this thing.
"For the record, The 5 Point is the first Seattle business to ban in advance Google Glasses. And ass kickings will be encouraged for violators," reads a post by 5 Point Caf? on its Facebook page.
Who (the general consumer) will fork up 1500 pretax for a device you wear like glasses, that does minimal things.
Same person who will fork over 1500 pre-tax dollars for a web browser with a nice screen (Chromebook Pixel). An early adopter type with some disposable income who wants to try out new tech before anyone else.
I have already made a decision to not speak to anyone wearing these things until they take them off. Creepy creepy tech.