I'm a big "Twilight Zone" fan. Some of the best episodes take place in the future. The most fun part about them is watching how 1950s writers, costume designers, and set decorators predicted what life would be like in the new millennium. Apparently in the future, we all wear generic, uncomfortable clothing,
sit in backless chairs,
and take orders from leftover set pieces from "Lost in Space."
But the one thing I've never seen in a "Twilight Zone" is a society wearing futuristic headgear. Even B-grade science fiction writers of the '50s knew that people would never walk around with technological crap on their faces. It's remarkable because for some reason, Google has decided that this is the future.
Here's why Google is wrong.
First of all, they look really stupid. Second of all, they look really, really stupid. Third of all, they look really, really, really stupid. Fourth of all, they don't look not-stupid. And finally, they look the opposite of good.
One thing I haven't mentioned yet is how stupid they look visually. They look quite stupid, especially when seen by eyes.
I'm not the only one with this opinion. According to The Institute of The Stupid and Silly Technological Undertakings People Invest Dollars, or, I.T.S.S.T.U.P.I.D, Google... Read more