"Humanity pending confirmation; to date, no real persons have ever been known to wear and/or enjoy Google Glass."
- from a post at Seattlish.
Well..... sort of...... key phrase here is to date. If you follow tech at all you've heard about the self proclaimed "Glass Explorer" who got kicked out of the Seattle Lost Lake Cafe for refusing to either remove or turn off his Google Glass headset or leave the restaurant. Well, the "Explorer" ended up leaving and then posting a Facebook note complaint requesting
“an explanation, apology, clarification, and if the staff member was in the wrong and lost the owner money last night and also future income as well, that this income be deducted from her pay or her termination.”As much as I enjoy new technology - I really don't see the need in a public restaurant to keep your Glass going. Can I see a use for a Glass type product - of course - lots. Would love to have a pair on while fishing for example. But sitting in a restaurant wearing one..... nah. Don't even want to think about someone walking into a public restroom with one on.
We all carry phones with cameras now. If you want to take a picture or video of your food in a restaurant use your phone.
Looking forward to my next Seattle visit and dining at the Glass free Lost Lake.