A few months ago I purchased an Apple Watch, like many other people I was looking for something to help me with my day to day - help me remember stuff, let me check on people calling me in meetings without appearing rude, track my health and so on.
After a few weeks I decided I needed something cheap and simple for the weekends and holidays so I bought a Casio for £12.99. A great watch that could last a decade.
During a blab interview with David Kainth yesterday afternoon it suddenly dawned on me how this piece of tech on my wrist could change everything, including Apple. With Emotional Analytics the possibilities are endless.
Watch my interview with Steven on Youtube by clicking on the following link.
For sometime I have been thinking about creating my own blog - mostly because I am interested in a variety of different subjects from motorbikes to abandoned buildings, from #BigData to Digital Marketing, from networking dinners to live streaming and would like to create a single base where I can focus my thoughts.
I don't want to just focus on using Facebook or Twitter - I want something independent, something I am in control of, somewhere with no adverts.
Most of my business interests have a website and some already have a blog but it would not be appropriate to write about my latest project, a 1980 Yamaha 500cc on that website or blog and yet it is something I would still like to share my thoughts about so here goes.