My article, Always-on Augmented Reality and the "Holo-ing Out" of the Individual recently appeared in the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. It ties in with an article I published in 2004 in the Journal of Internet Law on freedom of speech in virtual worlds in view of current technological developments. The 2015 article makes even bolder predictions. Perhaps I will be called upon again in 2025 or so to revisit it! If blogs are still around at that time, then I will post the results here.
My predictions have now safely passed through the academic equivalent of "uncanny valley". In 2004, the distance of their relationship to the possible future outweighed any threatening or disconcerting effects. Then as they gradually become more plausible their partial resemblance to the possible future created some revulsion. Finally, now that the speed of technological innovation in this area is reaching exponential levels, and my predictions become more "life-like", they have evidently started to gain increasing acceptance.