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Originally posted December 9 2006 at 19:12 under General. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

The Best Gadget Of All Time


I just misread a headline of digg. It talks about the 15 best bond gadgets but I read it simply as 15 best gadgets. In a flash of what I like to think of as inspiration but may simply be seeing the blindingly obvious I knew what the best gadget is. The thing more ubiquitous than an iPod, that virtually everyone has. So good many people have more than one and always have their gadget with them. So good it’s been changed and extended, even to the point Bond himself gets a special one; made more beautiful, or more ugly, but still remains at its heart identical to what it’s always been. So bloody good that you probably don’t even see it as being a gadget but ask yourself what else it is. Ladies and gentlemen I give you the humble wrist watch

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