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2013-05-27 10:19:22 PM
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-05-28 12:29:31 AM
Apple pretty much laid out there future plans in this 1988 video "Project 2000"
Which features Pads, internet, voicemail/phone, built in scanner for a pad device.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEkX4ipKeas

Considering that vid was 1988...they pretty much achived most of those goals except for a fold-able screen.

I'm thinking they might want to re-enter the education market in a big, big way. Integrating their Pads and Pods to classrooms and big teacher stations with wall sized screens.

/I would hope they'd do that...but there really isn't a big bucks in that these days.
 
2013-05-28 03:08:18 AM
fossforce.com
You don't want to know what his right hand is doing, or what he's watching.
 
2013-05-28 03:10:32 AM
 
2013-05-28 03:11:11 AM
Oh good, now Nintendo won't be so lonely in the "Hardware Flop of the Decade" category.
 
2013-05-28 03:20:54 AM
Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?
 
2013-05-28 03:25:00 AM
I stopped wearing a watch when I got my fancy new iSundial.
 
2013-05-28 03:25:13 AM
iDon'tWant
 
2013-05-28 03:27:26 AM

LDM90: 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.


I feel your pain. When people ask me "Do you know what time it is?" I say "YES." And then I look at my watch. And then I nod and say "Yup, I sure do." And then I stop looking at my watch. And then I stare at the person until I go away.

If they demand to know what time it is, I just make up something without looking at the watch. Hey, watchless wonder, you're either three hours late or three hours early according to me. If you don't like it, move your eyes around until you find a clock somewhere that's not attached to me, okay?
 
2013-05-28 03:28:04 AM
s/until I go away/until they go away/

Though my typo makes the story more exciting.
 
2013-05-28 03:29:41 AM

JudgeItoBox: Oh good, now Nintendo won't be so lonely in the "Hardware Flop of the Decade" category.


I hear they are being joined by google glass in the next 6 months....

...weirdly the iwatch will probably sell because wearing a watch is a normal activity...wearing a cyborg style head piece that makes you look like something out of star trek...not so much.
 
2013-05-28 04:08:07 AM
I used to wear watches.  Most of them broke, and then I got sick of having to keep putting it on and taking it off based on what I was doing.  Plus, it's uncomfortable; like having one hand handcuffed all day long.

The only way I'll ever wear a watch again is if I can get it imbedded under or tattooed onto my skin, using super crazy advanced nanotechnology.  My life is focused around information technology, so the current time, weather, etc., are only a glance away.  During the times when I am away from all my technology, I very deliberately have no need to know what time it is, or whether someone is trying to contact me.
 
2013-05-28 04:13:46 AM
I've got the metawatch - it's very good. Linked to my android phone, it vibrates when I get an email or the phone rings, or an SMS. It also shows my next calendar appointment. It's handy when I'm in a meeting, or walking - I can see who's calling, or the SMS message without having to dig in my pocket, get the phone and enter the code.

Really, don't knock it till you've tried it.
 
2013-05-28 04:17:32 AM
moel
JudgeItoBox


Wrong so wrong, the porn industry is salivating at the possiblities of interactive up-close porn.
 
2013-05-28 04:26:00 AM
One thing I don't like about the Metawatch which Apple will need to address is the charging. The battery lasts a few days, but if I forget to charge it, it's useless, and it's a chore to charge - a clip that plugs into a micro usb, connected to the PC and which attaches to the watch. They should have at least a docking station, or better still an induction pad.
 
2013-05-28 04:26:26 AM

markie_farkie: [25.media.tumblr.com image 500x281]


Oh, thank you.

/I miss that guy
 
2013-05-28 04:29:48 AM
Watches were never the same for me after Swatch watches went out of style.

Call me when it comes in garish plastic colors and can go to the beach and the pool and in the shower and back without cracking a sweat.
 
2013-05-28 04:37:41 AM

Dialectic: moel
JudgeItoBox

Wrong so wrong, the porn industry is salivating at the possiblities of interactive up-close porn.


'interactive up close porn'? Umm remind me again, which bit of google glass would do the interacting bit?

Porn video - cock - hand

That's pretty much the sum total of the interaction required....all of which i can do without having something falling off my face every 10 minutes...it's called a 'TV or a laptop' most people have one of these.

I seem to recall the porn industry salivating at the possibilities of teledildonics and 3d porn....neither of which actually 'came' to anything.
 
2013-05-28 04:39:04 AM

real_kibo: LDM90: 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

I feel your pain. When people ask me "Do you know what time it is?" I say "YES." And then I look at my watch. And then I nod and say "Yup, I sure do." And then I stop looking at my watch. And then I stare at the person until I go away.

If they demand to know what time it is, I just make up something without looking at the watch. Hey, watchless wonder, you're either three hours late or three hours early according to me. If you don't like it, move your eyes around until you find a clock somewhere that's not attached to me, okay?


What a dick.
 
2013-05-28 04:43:01 AM

Karne: What a dick.


You should see what happens when people ask for directions. I may be a dick, but at least I ain't lost.
 
2013-05-28 06:00:37 AM

real_kibo: Karne: What a dick.

You should see what happens when people ask for directions. I may be a dick, but at least I ain't lost.


I bet you're a gentleman to the blind at cross walks eh?  Do you take their arm and walk them into the traffic or just stand back and make the 'crossing is okay' noise and hope they can't tell the difference?
 
2013-05-28 06:02:49 AM

Dialectic: moel
JudgeItoBox

Wrong so wrong, the porn industry is salivating at the possiblities of interactive up-close porn.


I don't know why you called me out, I wasn't bashing Glass.

Which, by the way, moel seems like a total luddite w/r/t
 
2013-05-28 06:10:42 AM
I really don't see the point of a smart watch. At least not until batteries improve or the thing charges it self. Current watch I have cost 80 dollars in 2006 when I bought it. Syncs the time via radio waves, charges it self via solar power.

The idea of a wearable computer is a nice idea but smart watches and Google Glass aren't the solution. At least for me. Whatever.
 
2013-05-28 06:30:30 AM
dl.dropboxusercontent.com
 
2013-05-28 06:37:05 AM
Not a luddite, i'll happily go with decent forward thinking tech...

Google glass is not decent forward thinking tech.
 
2013-05-28 06:51:23 AM

LDM90: Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?


I have five watches, all analog. Two with brown bands, one black, and two bracelets. My favorite is my Citizen Eco Drive watch. I never leave my apartment without a watch on (including when I go to work at my blue collar, auto industry job). I cannot fathom why any adult male would go out without a watch, and I get incredibly a annoyed when another adult asks me what time it is.

I also get annoyed when asked to show another man how to tie a tie knot more complicated than a four in hand, or to teach another man how to drive stick. These are skills that every man should posses upon entering adulthood. Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

/digital watches are for children
//the few times I've forgotten to wear a watch, I felt like less of a man
///I have a smartphone, but it is incredibly crass to check the time on it in most social situations
////31 isn't that old, but these damn kids need to get off my lawn, turn that noise down, and pull up their damn pants.
//back in my day, we had 56k modems you couldn't use unless you wanted to tie up the phone line, and we liked it
 
2013-05-28 07:04:31 AM

twat_waffle: Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.


...and promptly lost once he started carrying a device that functions perfectly well as a pocket watch, amongst hundreds of other uses. Really, who the hell wears a watch anymore except maybe as jewelry when they've got a phone in their pocket? It's like wearing a belt with suspenders. And for that matter, who the hell is asking you for the time?
 
2013-05-28 07:18:17 AM

swahnhennessy: twat_waffle: Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

...and promptly lost once he started carrying a device that functions perfectly well as a pocket watch, amongst hundreds of other uses. Really, who the hell wears a watch anymore except maybe as jewelry when they've got a phone in their pocket? It's like wearing a belt with suspenders. And for that matter, who the hell is asking you for the time?


Just another random social rite of passage from an ancient white man, probably. "You're not an adult until..."
 
2013-05-28 07:18:42 AM

twat_waffle: LDM90: Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?

I have five watches, all analog. Two with brown bands, one black, and two bracelets. My favorite is my Citizen Eco Drive watch. I never leave my apartment without a watch on (including when I go to work at my blue collar, auto industry job). I cannot fathom why any adult male would go out without a watch, and I get incredibly a annoyed when another adult asks me what time it is.

I also get annoyed when asked to show another man how to tie a tie knot more complicated than a four in hand, or to teach another man how to drive stick. These are skills that every man should posses upon entering adulthood. Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

/digital watches are for children
//the few times I've forgotten to wear a watch, I felt like less of a man
///I have a smartphone, but it is incredibly crass to check the time on it in most social situations
////31 isn't that old, but these damn kids need to get off my lawn, turn that noise down, and pull up their damn pants.
//back in my day, we had 56k modems you couldn't use unless you wanted to tie up the phone line, and we liked it


If you work in a real 'blue collar' job, then it is unsafe to have a watch while working. I have seen the result of too many limbs pulled off by or through equipment because the person was wearing jewelry (watches, rings, bracelets). If your job is in construction, then no jewelry is just as important since there are plenty of nasty things to get it caught on. Yes, your cloths can get caught, but they typically tear or at least are easily cut to free you in an accident.

\your manager should have told you this
\\unless you are the manager, in which case you are setting a dangerous example
 
2013-05-28 07:22:02 AM

LDM90: Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?



I just answer right away without looking at my watch.  2:37!

I'm usually within ~20 minutes.
 
2013-05-28 07:32:01 AM

swahnhennessy: twat_waffle: Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

...and promptly lost once he started carrying a device that functions perfectly well as a pocket watch, amongst hundreds of other uses. Really, who the hell wears a watch anymore except maybe as jewelry when they've got a phone in their pocket? It's like wearing a belt with suspenders. And for that matter, who the hell is asking you for the time?


Like I said, checking your phone for the time is incredibly crass in most social situations, and many workplaces (like mine) do not allow you to use your phone for anything while working.

I get asked for the time several times a day at work because none of the co-workers in my area, except my forklift driver, wear watches.

/I have been asked to show guys how to tie a Windsor four times, at a previous (office) job, and once to show a guy how to fold a pocket square
//I was asked by a co-worker at the same job if I would teach him how to drive stick
 
2013-05-28 07:37:31 AM

LDM90: Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?


I agree with you, however I'm not bitter by any means. I just chuckle quietly at it all.

A watch is still something a man wears that brings class. Age is not a factor, there are just certain types of men that wear watches, and certain types that "just check my phone, yo, lol". I'm as addicted to my phone as the next guy, however I will always wear a watch.
 
2013-05-28 07:40:23 AM

gozar_the_destroyer: twat_waffle: LDM90: Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?

I have five watches, all analog. Two with brown bands, one black, and two bracelets. My favorite is my Citizen Eco Drive watch. I never leave my apartment without a watch on (including when I go to work at my blue collar, auto industry job). I cannot fathom why any adult male would go out without a watch, and I get incredibly a annoyed when another adult asks me what time it is.

I also get annoyed when asked to show another man how to tie a tie knot more complicated than a four in hand, or to teach another man how to drive stick. These are skills that every man should posses upon entering adulthood. Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

/digital watches are for children
//the few times I've forgotten to wear a watch, I felt like less of a man
///I have a smartphone, but it is incredibly crass to check the time on it in most social situations
////31 isn't that old, but these damn kids need to get off my lawn, turn that noise down, and pull up their damn pants.
//back in my day, we had 56k modems you couldn't use unless you wanted to tie up the phone line, and we liked it

If you work in a real 'blue collar' job, then it is unsafe to have a watch while working. I have seen the result of too many limbs pulled off by or through equipment because the person was wearing jewelry (watches, rings, bracelets). If your job is in construction, then no jewelry is just as important since there are plenty of nasty things to get it caught on. Yes, your cloths can get caught, but they typically tear or at least are easily cut to free you in an accident.

\your manager should have told you this
\\unless you are the manager, in which case you are setting a dangerous example


I sequence car parts. The most dangerous equipment that I am exposed to is a handheld scanner. I'm not anywhere near the assembly lines. Most of the older guys here wear watches. I think I'm the youngest guy here who wears one.
 
2013-05-28 07:45:31 AM
Crap. I loved the model of Nano you could clip to your collar, but I think I personally taught them to stop making collar mounted iPods.

It was a great model for listening, you could do everything you wanted with a usable interface that could clip to your collar.

Your gym sweat soaked collar.

I think I went through four of them on the Apple Care program. They no longer make a model with a screen that clips to your collar. Now I use a Jay-Bird (designed for runners) at the gym and I hope my Nano lasts the rest of the year. I can't use BT headphones while working because my BT barcode scanner and BT headphones overload the BT stack on an iPhone. Yes, it's the 5, and BT has it's limits.
 
2013-05-28 07:50:29 AM

twat_waffle: swahnhennessy: twat_waffle: Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

...and promptly lost once he started carrying a device that functions perfectly well as a pocket watch, amongst hundreds of other uses. Really, who the hell wears a watch anymore except maybe as jewelry when they've got a phone in their pocket? It's like wearing a belt with suspenders. And for that matter, who the hell is asking you for the time?

Like I said, checking your phone for the time is incredibly crass in most social situations, and many workplaces (like mine) do not allow you to use your phone for anything while working.

I get asked for the time several times a day at work because none of the co-workers in my area, except my forklift driver, wear watches.

/I have been asked to show guys how to tie a Windsor four times, at a previous (office) job, and once to show a guy how to fold a pocket square
//I was asked by a co-worker at the same job if I would teach him how to drive stick


Clearly you are a manly man man then! I bow to your manliness! I don't disagree that there are certain skills every adult should know but it's a bit silly to imply someone is a child simply because they disagree with your opinion on what a man is. That kind of thinking is harmful in my opinion.

Let people do whatever the he'll they want as long as they aren't hurting anyone. I reject your man club, that I have to know this or do that to be a man. Silliness I say.
 
2013-05-28 08:07:20 AM

chaddsfarkprefect: I just answer right away without looking at my watch.  2:37!

I'm usually within ~20 minutes.


Heh, so you're like me? I can instinctively know what time is it without looking at a watch/clock of any type and be within a decent range of accuracy. I'd say even smaller than yours.

Ah, the benefits of being able to instantly calculate time based on sun location + date. It's called a brain. Use it, bozos. LOL at "watches" people. Jewelry in all its form is just a remnant of prehistory when we liked things for how shiny they were and not for their utility. Congratulations on having a Cro-Magnon level of conscience!
 
2013-05-28 08:11:42 AM
 
2013-05-28 08:14:57 AM
I used to have a very nice watch.  Then some slut stole it.  I havent purchased a replacement since.

/Six years ago
 
2013-05-28 08:16:42 AM

rocky_howard: chaddsfarkprefect: I just answer right away without looking at my watch.  2:37!

I'm usually within ~20 minutes.

Heh, so you're like me? I can instinctively know what time is it without looking at a watch/clock of any type and be within a decent range of accuracy. I'd say even smaller than yours.

Ah, the benefits of being able to instantly calculate time based on sun location + date. It's called a brain. Use it, bozos. LOL at "watches" people. Jewelry in all its form is just a remnant of prehistory when we liked things for how shiny they were and not for their utility. Congratulations on having a Cro-Magnon level of conscience!


Most places I work, you have no line of sight to the sun. I just make my phone us this app:
http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.rathkopf.shipsbells &f eature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwyLDEsIm9yZy5yYXRoa29wZi5zaGlwc2JlbG xzIl0.

\.. .
 
2013-05-28 08:17:04 AM
still rockin this baby

a.tgcdn.net
 
2013-05-28 08:46:52 AM

swahnhennessy: twat_waffle: Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

...and promptly lost once he started carrying a device that functions perfectly well as a pocket watch, amongst hundreds of other uses. Really, who the hell wears a watch anymore except maybe as jewelry when they've got a phone in their pocket? It's like wearing a belt with suspenders. And for that matter, who the hell is asking you for the time?


People who refuse to wear watches but for some reason still want to know what time it is.
 
2013-05-28 08:47:53 AM
So...cheap black plastic crap? *Checks article* Yuuuuup.
 
2013-05-28 08:53:21 AM

gozar_the_destroyer: twat_waffle: LDM90: Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?

I have five watches, all analog. Two with brown bands, one black, and two bracelets. My favorite is my Citizen Eco Drive watch. I never leave my apartment without a watch on (including when I go to work at my blue collar, auto industry job). I cannot fathom why any adult male would go out without a watch, and I get incredibly a annoyed when another adult asks me what time it is.

I also get annoyed when asked to show another man how to tie a tie knot more complicated than a four in hand, or to teach another man how to drive stick. These are skills that every man should posses upon entering adulthood. Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

/digital watches are for children
//the few times I've forgotten to wear a watch, I felt like less of a man
///I have a smartphone, but it is incredibly crass to check the time on it in most social situations
////31 isn't that old, but these damn kids need to get off my lawn, turn that noise down, and pull up their damn pants.
//back in my day, we had 56k modems you couldn't use unless you wanted to tie up the phone line, and we liked it

If you work in a real 'blue collar' job, then it is unsafe to have a watch while working. I have seen the result of too many limbs pulled off by or through equipment because the person was wearing jewelry (watches, rings, bracelets). If your job is in construction, then no jewelry is just as important since there are plenty of nasty things to get it caught on. Yes, your cloths can get caught, but they typically tear or at least are easily cut to free you in an accident.

\your manager should have told you this
\\unless you are the manager, in which case you are setting a dangerous example


I have to deal with customers, and looking at my phone in their presence could be mistaken for texting or twittering or some other distraction, when I should be focusing on them. A quick glance at my watch doesn't bother anybody. It makes me look like more of an adult too and I need some help there. Ah, the curse of looking younger than my years...
 
2013-05-28 08:59:42 AM

real_kibo: LDM90: 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

I feel your pain. When people ask me "Do you know what time it is?" I say "YES." And then I look at my watch. And then I nod and say "Yup, I sure do." And then I stop looking at my watch. And then I stare at the person until I go away.

If they demand to know what time it is, I just make up something without looking at the watch. Hey, watchless wonder, you're either three hours late or three hours early according to me. If you don't like it, move your eyes around until you find a clock somewhere that's not attached to me, okay?


At least you didn't tell them "time to get a watch" hurr hurr hurr
 
2013-05-28 09:00:49 AM

HotWingAgenda: I used to wear watches.  Most of them broke, and then I got sick of having to keep putting it on and taking it off based on what I was doing.  Plus, it's uncomfortable; like having one hand handcuffed all day long.


I believe you can avoid all those problems by not buying shiatty watches. Maybe an automatic diver with a sapphire crystal and a NATO-style strap. No battery, no scratches, and no avoiding water.
 
2013-05-28 09:04:56 AM

swahnhennessy: twat_waffle: Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

...and promptly lost once he started carrying a device that functions perfectly well as a pocket watch, amongst hundreds of other uses. Really, who the hell wears a watch anymore except maybe as jewelry when they've got a phone in their pocket? It's like wearing a belt with suspenders. And for that matter, who the hell is asking you for the time?


I suppose it depends on how often and how quickly you really need to know the time.  If you're on the go, often have things in your hands or want something you can quickly glance without having to pull it out and wake up the screen, then a watch makes sense.
 
2013-05-28 09:23:16 AM

LDM90: swahnhennessy: twat_waffle: Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

...and promptly lost once he started carrying a device that functions perfectly well as a pocket watch, amongst hundreds of other uses. Really, who the hell wears a watch anymore except maybe as jewelry when they've got a phone in their pocket? It's like wearing a belt with suspenders. And for that matter, who the hell is asking you for the time?

People who refuse to wear watches but for some reason still want to know what time it is.


Which reminds me of the girlfriend I used to have, who when we'd go out to a club or something at night in the winter adamantly refused to wear a jacket. It'd be December and I'd suggest she take a jacket three times before we left the house, every goddamn time she'd say "No, I don't need it." And every goddamn time we'd be waiting in the cold, her in some tiny dress shivering and I'd have to giver her my jacket. That shiat got old fast.
 
2013-05-28 09:50:43 AM
I have an e-pebble. Looking forward to making some apps for it.
 
2013-05-28 09:53:00 AM
Either that's a Nano or that's one ugly POS compared to the Pebble.

BullBearMS: [dl.dropboxusercontent.com image 590x443]


/looks sexay.
 
2013-05-28 10:13:19 AM

twat_waffle: LDM90: Don't they know no one wears watches anymore? I know this because 10 times a day someone asks me what time it is. Because I wear a watch. You know, like people over the age of 12 used to do.

"Oh I stopped wearing watches when I got a cell phone LOL."

/bitter? me?

I have five watches, all analog. Two with brown bands, one black, and two bracelets. My favorite is my Citizen Eco Drive watch. I never leave my apartment without a watch on (including when I go to work at my blue collar, auto industry job). I cannot fathom why any adult male would go out without a watch, and I get incredibly a annoyed when another adult asks me what time it is.

I also get annoyed when asked to show another man how to tie a tie knot more complicated than a four in hand, or to teach another man how to drive stick. These are skills that every man should posses upon entering adulthood. Wearing a watch is a habit that every man should have gotten into before adulthood.

/digital watches are for children
//the few times I've forgotten to wear a watch, I felt like less of a man
///I have a smartphone, but it is incredibly crass to check the time on it in most social situations
////31 isn't that old, but these damn kids need to get off my lawn, turn that noise down, and pull up their damn pants.
//back in my day, we had 56k modems you couldn't use unless you wanted to tie up the phone line, and we liked it


You're 10 years younger than me, yet twice as opinionated and prissy. Weird. Maybe in a few years your little compulsions and ideas about what skills a man really needs in this world will be tempered by actual life experience and the realization that being a man isn't about what you know, it's about how you act.

/watch wearer
/doesn't give a fark about tie knots
/driving stick is unnecessary
/likes digital as well as analog watches
/doesn't suffer fools gladly.
 
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