That was the not so subtle message when a man was recently asked to leave (thrown out?) a Seattle restaurant because he was wearing Google glass. I think this will happen more and more, for reasons I don't understand. There are many other recording devices on the market --- including eye glasses --- that would make it easy to record surroundings without being detected. So why the fuss over glass? Maybe because it's the device that's created a lot of buzz.. Maybe because it's the fear of how the device will be used in a public setting. I don't see Google glass as a problem at all, and think it will spur an interesting debate, namely: what's the device that finally strips so much privacy that people say, "enough?" It's not glass.