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Sunday, March 30, 2014
Genius! From the DC Public Schools! Weather Tweet
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Forget Wearables, I need a clock
It's been a few months since I stopped wearing a watch. The places where I miss a watch the most:
1. Conference rooms- it's awkward to take your phone out and see the time. I have tried putting the phone on the table as a clock but the screen shuts off
2. Speaking - it's difficult to time yourself when you are speaking without a watch.
3. Social gatherings: Even if you are having the best time, you still want to pace yourself or time yourself to get home. It's awkward to keep pulling out your phone to see the time.
All these can be resolved, if there was wall clock close by that you can see.
What do your think? Do you miss wearing a watch?
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Watches that tell you the future - Android Wear
I am looking forward to the launch of the Android Wear, even though right now I am weighing replacing the battery on my Timex watch $5 or buying a Android wear which could be $299 onwards. I am going to wait and see
Friday, March 07, 2014
SXSW2014 :5 Observations from half the first day
- Start-ups are out in full force
- Business Cards are back
- Year of the lounges
- Airport Taxi lines are still long
- Restaurants signs replaced by brands
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