Very soon, you will be walking down the street and your ears will be deafened by a cacophony of robots uttering the same two words: "OK, Glass."
You will think that these are real people. Instead, these will be former humans taken over to the dark side by the idea that wearing Google Glass somehow represents progress.
There will be confusion. A bartender will ask one of them if she wants another drink. On hearing "OK Glass," one will materialize, to the rabid consternation of the Glass-wearer, who was merely communicating with her device.
When all … Read more