For several years I went without a wristwatch. I had accidentally driven my car over the cheap Timex I owned, and I soon realized that I didn’t really need a new one. Clocks are everywhere – on computer screens, in most meeting rooms, on car dashboards, hanging outside banks – and if I still needed to know the time, I figured I could simply look at my cellphone. And I did.
That worked well until I bought a smart phone. Now when I reach for my phone to check the time I see that I have three new emails. Continue reading