“The New York Times wrote this great piece about the end of privacy as we know it. Now I think if you asked somebody, ‘Would you buy a smartphone without a camera?,’ you’d probably get a pretty low uptake.” Does that mean you should go out and buy Google Glass for yourself today? Not unless you’ve got $1,500 to burn on a piece of hardware that’s still in its formative stages. Glass at this point is an impressive technological achievement and useful for certain things, like shooting a video while doing things with your hands, but rather distracting as an everyday device.
Further, by 2009, a full 50% of Toronto residents are immigrants form elsewhere and this speaks to many good things in the city that draw individuals, families, and business to the area. After World War II, international peoples moved to Toronto in droves. It has a cosmopolitan atmosphere today, with over 100 languages spoken in its streets, a gigantic Chinatown, and other interesting ethic neighborhoods..
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