Talking texting, “recency”, and what it’s like to wear Google Glass on MPR

Minnesota Public Radio picked up on a story about how Google is making a contact lens that can display info in your eye — and got me on to talk about it. I’d worn Google Glass last year for a story (which I wrote for the New York Times Magazine here), so we chatted about the pleasures, and social weirdness, of using an in-the-eye-computer … and then we zoomed off into a ton of other subjects, including the impact of online writing on our literacy, and the “recency” effect of Twitter. The show is online to listen to here!