Google Glasses Help Paralyzed Girl

Google Glasses Help Paralyzed Girl

Google glasses are creepy (to me), but they offer some freedom to those that are paralyzed. Why creepy? I’m, literally, frightened at the rate at which technology is accelerating. Sometimes I just want to check out and live off the grid in Costa Rica or Uruguay. I hear the ex-pat communities there are fantastic. It’s all moving too fast. I need to hear more birds chirping, feel more leaves beneath my feet, live simpler.

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