Internet-enhanced glasses?

I read an article in The Atlantic today about Google making glasses “that will stream information to a users eyes in real time”. The article questions whether or not anyone would actually buy them. I have no doubt that there will be people who want to buy them, but come on… do we really need information real time? Do we really to be so tied into what’s happening somewhere else (that likely has nothing to do with us) that we have to be totally blind to what’s in front of us? It seems like people are distracted enough with their phones and tablets and constant access to the internet.

The glasses aren’t for sale yet, and according to The New York Times, they have no plans to sell them as of yet. But in my opinion… enough already!

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About T. R. Kolbe

I have been writing since July 2010. I wrote one novel although I haven't finished editing it and I don't know that I will. I have also completed 3 short stories and have 3 more that I am working on.
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