"Something I've learned over the last few years is that Google is always right.
It criticizes the NSA for snooping, when it quite happily crawls all over your e-mails. But it's right, because it's for your own good.
It pumps ads at you even when you're writing e-mails, but it's right to do so. Because these ads are far better than all the other ads you'll see on the Web.
And then there's Google Glass, which Google insists isn't a creepy, awkward intrusion into public and private life. So Google must be right.
Well, except that those who have so far resisted a Google chip being implanted into their brains still feel that Glass might be for the self-righteous, rather than the normal human being.
Of late, Google seems to have adopted a crouching posture, as the criticisms and humor have rained its way."