Original Link: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/12/glasshole/all/1

Mat Honan wrote a pretty interesting articled for wired called: “I, Glasshole: My Year With Google Glass”:

It is pretty great when you are on the road — as long as you are not around other people, or do not care when they think you’re a knob.

When I wear it at work, co-workers sometimes call me an asshole. My co-workers at Wired, where we’re bravely facing the future, find it weird. People stop by and cyber-bully me at my standing treadmill desk.

Do you know what it takes to get a professional nerd to call you a nerd? I do. (Hint: It’s Glass.)

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And here’s the thing I am utterly convinced of: Google Glass and its ilk are coming. They are racing toward us, ready to change society, again. You can make fun of Glass, and the assholes (like me) who wear it. But here’s what I know: The future is on its way, and it is going to be on your face.

I’m still undecided on wearable computers such as Glass, but I do agree that wearable HUD-like computers are coming and will one day be more acceptable than they are now…