"After the jump you will find code for Google Glass disrupting software glasshole.sh. Kick google glass off any wifi network in the vicinity. apparently an even more aggressive version is in the works."with this link: http://julianoliver.com/output/log_2014-05-30_20-52 .
In short this few lines of code can jam the Google Glass and making it unusable. Not cool in my book, so I felt like replying since over the last year I've been working in and research about the rise of wearable technology and it's future.
This is what I wrote in responses to the above quote;
I'm only been in this field of "wearable tech" for a year, and am by not means an expert, yet. But what I do know is that wearables are HOT and developers and companies are trying hard to get the next cool wearable out there as fast as they can. This effects thinking about the finer details of what is public and private. Jamming a network is not the answer. Who says that someone on a crowded subway, where everyone has their cellphones/ipads out, isn't taking your photo or video you without you knowing? Are you going to jam/block there cells too? What should be happening, and in some case is happening, is that we start developing more responsibly. That's where we come in, creative technologist, we take sdks and instead of jamming/block system we create an app that when it recognizes face it ask if it can take your picture, and you say "Yes, Glass take my picture."
Feel free to chime in.