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kfield
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kfield   7/21/2014 5:24:27 PM
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What a tweet from my watch would look like: 32qijk gafj[ hg phipo wqy9o sak'op adf;jo k wet ad[0u3 k 3j[ioarg 

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prabhakar_deosthali   7/20/2014 7:36:57 AM
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TYping on a Watch? It just looks crazy. 

It better take some kind of voice commands, else more accidents are going to happen to people typing on their watches while crossing roads!

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Re: Hooray for the 1%
_hm   7/19/2014 9:14:25 AM
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Will that 1% be Apple of California?

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Re: Hooray for the 1%
docdivakar   7/17/2014 12:37:55 PM
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Regarding the comment:
 99% of it will suck, and will disappear.  1% of it will be awesome, and will make my life better.  Hooray for the 1%!

I hope this turns out to be true! There are many Android apps (I don't own any iOS device) that I wish would simply vanish and stop overcrowding the Android market place. In this context, I would be happy to belong to the 1% but I would rather belong to the other 1% (of wealth holders!)... seems too distant at the moment!!


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