Hmm, yes, fair point. I admit, I don’t *want* to interact with someone wearing google glasses either. :-/ But then, I don’t like interacting with people who are staring at their smartphones, and that’s becoming culturally acceptable.
that’s totally different, though. interacting with someone on a smartphone is the same as interacting with someone who is distracted by anything else: knitting, TV, a book, driving. but with google glass, you can have a perfectly “normal” conversation with someone but nevertheless be completely aware that you’re being recorded, meaning that you’re no longer acting naturally. essentially, everything in the world becomes reality tv.
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- morgan-leigh said:I legit can’t even think about this because ANXIETY. Arghhh, it is just the worst idea, THE WORST.
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- april-rainer said:New thought: is there any sort of recording/not recording physical feature? Because if there’s, say, a recording light that the rest of us can see, at least we *know* if our conversations with our friends are private or not.
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