Tom Madonna from Shotwell’s tweets about it, and then the whole incident turns up as an essay in The Atlantic:
I called up Madonna to get a little more information about what happened when the Glasses couple walked into Shotwell’s.
“When you buy a new phone, it’s in your pocket, but this, you’re wearing something on your face. Anyone that cares what they look like is not gonna wear Google glasses. That’s my opinion,” Madonna said. “If you are super nerdy and you like to show off that you’re in tech and smart and all those things, I can see you probably wearing Google Glasses, but you are probably in a bubble or … new. We’ve all heard all this stuff. Like, this guy moved to SF and he comes to the bar. He’s from Scottsdale and he’s using all these [tech] words. I had to stop him. I said, ‘You sound interesting and different in Phoenix, but you sound boring here. You are cliche.’”
Read on for talk of SF vs. Brooklyn, more interaction with the couple with the glasses, and lots more sass from Tom.