“Stop The Smartwatch Madness! I Don’t Want To Wear My Computers.” So says ReadWrite’s Owen Thomas who notes that the gadget-industrial complex is afroth with the notion that everyone from Apple and Google to Dell and Samsung is working on a
So, who’s going to wear them, he asks? Not him. Thomas doesn’t like wristwatches either, and notes that he’s far from alone in eschewing timepieces, noting the trend of younger people to tell time
on anything but a watch.
Must be a generational thing. I feel only partly dressed without a wristwatch, and can’t imagine trying to get along without one. However, I’m highly skeptical about ever being persuaded to wear a
computer on my wrist, or anywhere else on my body. Wearable technology holds little…