The Apple Watch: Half Computer, Half Jewellery, Mostly Magical
It believes that it can make the smartwatch a mass-market phenomenon, much as it did digital music players, tablets, and touchscreen phones. A lot more is riding on the arrival of the Apple Watch than how you'll use it to check your incoming text messages....
April 10, 2015
Apple Watch review: Is this smart watch worth buying?
These range from detailed analogue faces with extra complications (on a traditional watch these are the extra elements that inform the watch face, like multiple time zones and moon phases) to bright digital clocks. These faces are hugely customisable ...
April 8, 2015
Join in with dog walk to raise charity awareness
and consists of a short route of 2.5km and a long route of 6km through the grounds of Hanbury Hall. There will also be a demonstration of how hearing dogs alert their owners to everyday sounds such as the alarm clock and danger sounds like the fire ...
April 8, 2015
On the Very Bones of the Wireless World
Recently, I was teaching my first-year students about the technological displacement of workers. I asked my students to think about aspects of their lives that once were not but are now “technologized”. They shared things like, “I text my friends and ...
March 17, 2015
Firm makes major Gatwick oil find
Greenpeace UK chief scientist Dr Doug Parr said: "To gleefully rub your hands at a new fossil fuel discovery you need to turn the clock back to the 19th century and ignore everything we have learnt about climate change since. "We already Friends of ...
April 9, 2015
All 63 major Apple Watch apps to download at launch
Apple Watch straps the alarm to your wrist and the digital crown sets the right time. Siri also helps out, expanding upon one of my favorite uses for Apple's personal World clock needs to come to an Apple Watch face near you. It's a fine-looking ...
April 9, 2015
The general election TV debate: how it might go
When they wake up in the morning they have literally no idea whether their partner will have secretly changed the time on their alarm clock, or tied their shoelaces together, or hidden all their socks. That is the reality under this Natalie Bennett ...
April 1, 2015
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Trust the timing of your life people say, but why I am always looking at the clock. Most women have their eyes peeled on the clock hoping they have more time up their sleeve. It doesn’t matter if we can’t see a clock on the wall somehow we find an imaginary clock almost anywhere in our lives. People living in the 10th century, a time before clocks, wouldn’t of had a care in the world. No clocks, no worries, just passing the time away, like Game of Thrones, right. Today, centuries later we are time poor, the springs in our personal clocks are rusty and the pendulum that our lives have become is swinging out of control. We have so many real and imaginary clocks on the go, we actually don’t know what day it is. There is the ticking of the biological clock, where your ovaries become the hands of time and the only thing you want to wake up to is the sweet sounds of... Then there is the time keeping device, usually nestled in your brain, where it is trying to process how much time we have to achieve all our goals in life.
Being the total tourists, my partner Daniel and I still walked all over the city center, biked through a few of the trails and spent our time outdoors as if it were 72 degrees and sunshine. The clouds never broke through which made it feel like the same time everyday. By the end of our trip I must be honest and say that yes, we would live there. Lamberts is part upscale restaurant, and part live music venue. The food is unbelievable, we had the fried green tomato appetizer with crab louie served on top which was a highlight. My personal favorite was what is considered a Texas staple, Frito Pie. It is traditionally chili and cheese served over a bed of Frito's, but here they switch out the chili for pulled pork. This was my favorite BBQ dish of the entire trip. Sixth Street is the lifeline of the city and what gives this place the title "Live Music Capital of the World". This area is easy to explore considering everything is walking distance. This street is the home to SXSW and no trip would be complete without a visit.