As if we’re not connected enough already (Google Latitude, anyone?), the Isaac Daniel Blue GPS shoe puts real-time geotracking into your every step. The shoe’s built-in GPS chip uses Bluetooth to send location information through your cell phone and out to a list of selected friends. The shoe also interacts with Facebook, allowing people to track your coordinates online.
You can bid your privacy adieu later this year for the low price of $150. The Blue GPS shoes are scheduled to ship first in Latin America, although U.S. pre-orders are now being accepted.
If I want an electronic monitoring device around my ankle, I’ll go commit a crime.