From: snow on
Most people nowadays do own one piece or more of an electronic and
portable gadget like the iPod or a mobile phone. However, the thing
is, with the onslaught of such gadgets and devices in the market
place, other things are set aside. Like wristwatches for example.
http://www.163as.com/news/Hello%20iPods.html

From: Odd Bob on
"snow" <root(a)xdscity.com> wrote in news:1174399752.830478.281290
@n76g2000hsh.googlegroups.com:

> Most people nowadays do own one piece or more of an electronic and
> portable gadget like the iPod or a mobile phone. However, the thing
> is, with the onslaught of such gadgets and devices in the market
> place, other things are set aside. Like wristwatches for example.
> http://www.163as.com/news/Hello%20iPods.html
>
>

It seems like every damn piece of electronics I buy has a clock built in, whether I want one or not. Most I
don't even bother setting. My cheapo Casio wristwatch is all the timepiece I need, and is likely to stay
that way for th forseeable future.

Oh, and my MP3 player is a Sandisk Sansa. With the current firmware, the clock isn't visible while
playing music or the radio. Perfect for me!

-- Bob

From: Seerialmom on
On Mar 20, 7:09 am, "snow" <r...(a)xdscity.com> wrote:
> Most people nowadays do own one piece or more of an electronic and
> portable gadget like the iPod or a mobile phone. However, the thing
> is, with the onslaught of such gadgets and devices in the market
> place, other things are set aside. Like wristwatches for example.http://www.163as.com/news/Hello%20iPods.html

My cellphone has been my time-keeper for the past few years. Before
that I had a dollar store digital clock in my car; stopped wearing
wristwatches about 10 years ago.

From: Seerialmom on
On Mar 20, 10:38 am, Odd Bob <odd_...(a)odd.bob> wrote:
> "snow" <r...(a)xdscity.com> wrote in news:1174399752.830478.281290
> @n76g2000hsh.googlegroups.com:
>
> > Most people nowadays do own one piece or more of an electronic and
> > portable gadget like the iPod or a mobile phone. However, the thing
> > is, with the onslaught of such gadgets and devices in the market
> > place, other things are set aside. Like wristwatches for example.
> >http://www.163as.com/news/Hello%20iPods.html
>
> It seems like every damn piece of electronics I buy has a clock built in, whether I want one or not. Most I
> don't even bother setting. My cheapo Casio wristwatch is all the timepiece I need, and is likely to stay
> that way for th forseeable future.
>
> Oh, and my MP3 player is a Sandisk Sansa. With the current firmware, the clock isn't visible while
> playing music or the radio. Perfect for me!
>
> -- Bob

My Sony MP3 player doesn't have a clock either.

From: George Grapman on
Seerialmom wrote:
> On Mar 20, 7:09 am, "snow" <r...(a)xdscity.com> wrote:
>> Most people nowadays do own one piece or more of an electronic and
>> portable gadget like the iPod or a mobile phone. However, the thing
>> is, with the onslaught of such gadgets and devices in the market
>> place, other things are set aside. Like wristwatches for example.http://www.163as.com/news/Hello%20iPods.html
>
> My cellphone has been my time-keeper for the past few years. Before
> that I had a dollar store digital clock in my car; stopped wearing
> wristwatches about 10 years ago.
>
Only time I wear one other than a plane is in the obvious places
where courtesy dictates turning off the cell.

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