Life without Google Glass is a cold, lonely way to live. At least that is the way Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz, describes the way people may eventually feel when they aren't wearing the device.
When Google Glass goes mainstream, users won't ever want to take the eye-wear off because they will risk feeling "cut-off," Andreessen said Wednesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
"The idea of having the Internet with you all the time, being able to see, literally to be able to have the Internet in your field of vision ... and to be able to talk to it, it basically just wraps you in all the information you would ever need all the time," he said. "I think people are going find they feel, basically, naked and lonely, when they don't have this at some point."
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Andreessen's venture capital firm along with Google Ventures and Kleiner Perkins announced a partnership in April called the Glass Collective that is investing in companies making apps for the device.