Where to buy watch straps

A friend asked me for a few sources of watch straps, so I’ll start a page here that I can share around. I’ve bought a lot of straps and bracelets, probably in the 1-2k range if you count watch-specific bracelets, so I’ve got lots of opinions to share. Here’s a quarter of my current collection: But […]

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“Gigabit” home Internet

In San Diego, we have decent ISP options, and for a while we even had the possibility of Google Fiber. (That would have been awesome.) I’ve been on Spectrum, FKA Time Warner, for a few years at 300/25Mbit, and today a technician came by, swapped out our cable modem and upgraded us to “up to […]

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Keep it simple: G-Shock GA-800

I was browsing a while ago and for some reason this caught my eye. That’s the GA-800. Sixty eight bucks on Amazon. It’s basic for a G. Analog and digital, a rare second hand, even lume on the hands to match the blue dial illumination. Easy to wear, a bit smaller than most. It lacks […]

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Zero DS-R

Took a test ride today. Was initially thinking Zero S, but I much preferred the upright stance on the DS. Awesome bike and damn near silent. More than enough range for my commute and work has free charging. Not too heavy, easy to ride, very zippy and easy to maneuver. Me like.

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Scan Your Feet

Sometimes, a few minutes of time will make a large difference in your life. I’ve got one of those to share. Yesterday at work, the work fitness center brought in two guys from Fleet Feet with their ‘fit id’ foot scanner: So you stand on the scanner for a few seconds, and a dozen cameras scan your […]

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Yes Equilibrium

So this arrived today: That’s the Equilibrium, the new model from Yes Watches. I had a small but prolonged role as an engineering consultant and got to visit Hong Kong twice as part of it. I chose the shiny black titanium case and orange accents because by golly I’m proud and I want you to […]

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