Breaking Modern Cartoon: The Young and the Google Glass

Originally published at Breaking Modern:

A quarter of people 18 to 35 years of age tell pollsters they would wear devices like Google Glass during sex.

Google Glass During Sex

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4 thoughts on “Breaking Modern Cartoon: The Young and the Google Glass

  1. Alex,

    Right on, though I don’t think it’s fair to blame the millennial for this. They were born into this world, they didn’t make it. They’ve honestly never known anything else. I teach college, my students were born when Clinton was president. They don’t really know what a union is, other than something that means teachers get things they’re not entitled to. They, or the next generation, are however stuck fixing it, which is going to take a lot of very very hard work.

  2. Ted,

    I know my creative limits, so I turn this one over to you because I genuinely cannot even get a good guess out of myself on this.

    What are these people going to be like in 10, 20, 30 years? In 20 to 30 years, they’re all going to be around my age, and will, unavoidably, have the same sort of concerns I do: healthcare, retirement, privacy, rent, work, stability. But everything they do is an attempt to nullify the mechanisms by which society functions correctly: their megacorps produce no jobs, benefits accrue to the tiniest fraction of the group, unions don’t exist, privacy is considered silly.

    What are your thoughts on what will happen when these people reap what they’ve attitudinally sewn?

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