As has been mentioned above, who the heck wears their watch on their dominant hand?
this gave me a good chuckle…i probably should have cried a little bit too.
Well, sometimes lefties that don’t like the winding knob digging into their wris… Oh. smartwatch, carry on then.
Ah, but my non-dominant hand is my drinky-hand, so if somebody asks me what time it is I spill all over myself…
Are you disappointed in the article?
I would like to know what patterns were employed, and whether or not it is properly unit-tested.
Surely our technology is in permanent stasis, and proofs-of-concept will never be improved upon
I never suggested otherwise. But the headline is extremely misleading and untrue.
You bet your ass I am! Also in Cory posting this, in BoingBoing and the whole Internet itself.
Why, I want all my free entertainment to be up to my standards, or else!
@OtherMichael, one for the list!
I am the memory for those lost to the ban-hammer; @jlw is the one with a personal interest in disappointment.
We do look rather similar in a bow-tie, but jlw is the one with engine-grease under his nails.
I can also just ban them so they can make your list?
Are we being meanies today?
If so: I AM DISAPPOINT!
Seems the simpler solution?
Huh. When I wear a watch, I actually do wear it on my dominant hand and I realise now, in retrospect, that the reason for this is actually really frickin weird: when I was a kid I got a cheap watch, and my mom said I shouldn’t wear it on my left arm because the vibrating quartz crystal shouldn’t be on the arm that’s closer to my heart.
I don’t remember her being big into crystal energy type stuff in general, so I can only imagine that this advice came from Alive magazine or 1980s equivalent, but holy shit is it ever bizarre for me to think about it now. And yet I still wear a watch on my right hand because I always have, and because I’ve gotten used to it, so now wearing it on the left feels weird and uncomfortable.
Don’t forget to lock your wrist and finger unnaturally and move them in slow and predictable manner.
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