David

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David is homeless in San Diego. He relocated for employment, but when that didn’t work out he ended up on the streets.

David does not drink or do drugs. Unless you knew him and his story, you probably would not even know he was living on the streets.

David says that there are resources, but most are focused on drug addiction or mental illness, so he is having a hard time finding the help that he needs.

David is the first person I interviewed wearing Google Glass. Google picked Invisible People for their Explorer program, so we are still trying to figure out the best use to bring you the story of homelessness. It does give a different “point of view” feel. We would love to hear your feedback on how we can make better use of Google Glass.

Special thanks to Homelessness News San Diego

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