Having enjoyed very much my 610v2 for 466Km this summer, I picked up a pair of 610v2 Goretex for my winter walks.
…and there was me, standing in a puddle to test my new water resistant shoes, with a big grin
There’s only one thing I want to say on Dave Winer’s 20 blogging anniversary: thank you.
I dropped by the Apple Store last week in London to see the new iPhones. I was hoping for the “instant lust” that usually goes with Apple’s new gadgets, but it didn’t happen.
Now, to be fair we should admit that smartphones are becoming a commodity and we can’t expect to be amazed with every new iteration. The iPhone 6 is a perfectly nice phone, most likely it’s going to be my next phone when my contract on the current 5 will expire (not the Plus, it’s just ridiculously huge imho), but I’ll just sit and wait for the upgrade without any exceptionally big expectation.
I’m just hoping that the Apple Watch will provide that little bit of extra excitement that keep all of us going
PS: while I think that most of those “Steve would have not done this” posts are pure BS, I must admit that the bulging camera lenses are a bit odd.
I think that the heart rate sensor is the most relevant feature of this product. It’s not just about fitness: with the right software having a constant monitor of heart rate and other activities will soon start saving lives. In a few years this class of products will have an impact on the healthcare budgets. It’s big.
Remember iPhone 1.0? iPod 1.0? iPad 1.0? Holding my first iphone today, it looks and feels like ancient technology. The current Apple Watch looks a bit chunky, but in no time it will become much sleeker. This is a 1.0.
Is it “Apple WATCH”? ALL CAPITALS? REALLY?