AJ Jacobs has carved out a journalistic niche for himself with experiments in which he immerses himself in an experience and then writes about it. He spent a year living biblically, he read the entire Encyclopedia Brittanica, he tried extreme diets and workouts to get healthy — and now he’s written a piece for Esquire about what it’s like to walk around in everyday life wearing Google Glass.

AJ returned to my show to talk about his adventure and explain how he used Glass to cheat at poker, help a young intern meet women in a bar, and infuriate his wife.  Listen, then click here to subscribe to these podcasts via iTunes!