The pocket-sized super computer that I use as an alarm clock woke me at 2:45. It was the first morning the Apple Watch went on sale and I placed my order within that crucial first three minutes window of maximum availability. Continue reading “A few hours with an Apple Watch”
I killed my wristwatch, first in slow degrees and then abruptly. Continue reading “Dead watch”
I’m watching a cartoon with my daughter and the heroine suddenly receives an important call on her wrist communicator. She holds her wrist up to her mouth and talks urgently with her friends back at their secret base. The plot continues. Continue reading “(Insert future neologism here)”
Taken from the balcony of our hotel room one morning.
Our family has been visiting Virginia Beach on vacation for the past few years and I love it. Continue reading “At the beach”