Personally, I still think that something Glass-like will become a huge hit in the consumer market. I can see the argument that it will succeed first in the business market. There are lots of situations where people could use a POV video cameras recording as part of their job.
I've said it before though that my ideal form of glass isn't the little thing hanging off the side, but a real pair of glasses that covers my whole vision and has transparent displays. This allows for full AR and other things that Glass can't do in its current form. The first step in that direction is the Oculus Rift. AR will come first in a much more bulky format that you won't wear around in public, but that will morph over time and Oculus and Glass merge into a single product.
Religion has never contributed a single workable scientific theory to humanity, and has, in fact, consistently and steadily given ground to science. Who are these people and how can they exist in a nation with unlimited free access to information?
" He delivered the final blows to these religious ideas that science cannot be trusted. In true Tyson fashion, he never told viewers they could not hold religious beliefs and never once mentioned atheism; he simply told viewers to question everything, and especially to question anyone who claims to have all the answers. "