I come to have fun, that means i can as well behave like a fool in company of my buds. I want them to remember this shit, not my future employers, or existing one for that matter.
While I don't disagree with you in principle - I too would be uncomfortable with someone having Google Glass on in my vicinity when I'm out enjoying myself - this is something I see a lot, and almost exclusively from residents of the USA: employers shouldn't care what you do in your off time. I find it disgusting how many people simply accept that their employer is their 'owner'.
When I released my book (see sig), my boss even showed significant interest. Several people in the company have now bought it. They know I take illegal substances from time to time. They know I have had illegal substances on me at work (last year's Christmas party was straight after work with no easy opportunity for me to go home between work and party, so I simply took my substances with me to work). They also don't care: I do my job extremely well and am praised for my work. If I did my job poorly, I'd expect to be spoken to about it. If it were because I was turning up to work high and having difficulty concentrating on work, I'd expect them to tell me to stop doing that or face disciplinary action. But as long as I do my job well, it's none of their business what I do outside of that time.
For reference, I live in Germany and work for the European head office of Konica Minolta (business equipment) as a software developer ("Software Development Supervisor" is my actual title, which means I actually spend too much time doing management stuff and not enough coding; but I'm a developer at heart and still get a decent amount of code written myself).