Even though they aren't yet on the shelf, Google Glass is already stirring up controversy and causing legislators to create bills designed to limit where, when and how the device is used. Currently, only 2,000 people who paid $1,500 apiece have access to this next wave of cybertechnology. But even they have to contend with a number of hurdles, including those imposed by Google that make it impossible to resell the device. Also in question are everything from privacy issues of those being photographed or videotaped via Glass, to safety and liability issues. Only one thing is certain, using Google Glass is going to not only change the way we percieve web devices, it is also going to alter our perception of the world at large once they become commonplace.