So who's right here? The restaurant and its owner, who tossed out a Google Glass-wearing customer who wouldn't remove the device after being asked? Or the legions of techrepreneurs on the West Coast who believe any tech-savvy restaurant should welcome diners wearing computer screens and video cameras? Or the owner, who cops a bit of attitude when explaining the No-Glass policy to a guy who calls the restaurant staff 'idiots'? To me, it's no contest. But since we've been engaged in a lot of polling around here lately, I thought it might be better not to influence the debate before it got started. [first spotted via daring fireball]

Crosstalk Court: Restaurant Owner vs. Google Glass