This week, we take a look at Google Glass through the eyes of Christopher M Dancy. The hip wearable tech device is ushering in a new era of personal digital assistance. In our daily lives, Glass predicts our needs, serving up information as needed with minimal interaction. On the road, Glass guides us to the airport gate, alerts us of special offers and order a Black Car on Uber when we arrive. At work, it’ll change how we access data in real time. Nurse practitioners, for example, can consult physicians while examining a patient, providing better and faster healthcare services for less. But lurking in the shadows are the issues of privacy and security. Who owns your social footprint? It’s not you.