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Spent so much time thinking about the time that time got away from me.
That fitness monitor on my wrist that tells time is significant in the way it tells me time.
It’s a very sophisticated piece of electronics with a high-resolution OLED screen bright enough to see in full sun. It offers what seems to be an endless number of digital watch faces that immediately show me the exact time of the day. Some even to the tenths of a second.
I once joked that digital clocks were the result of a communist conspiracy to create a society that was always stressed out worrying about what exactly the time was.
“About four o’clock” or “A couple of minutes before four” became “Three fifty-eight” as if it was important to know exactly how many minutes before or after four o’clock it was.
The face on my digital watch mimics an analog Citizens.
That way it almost time any time I wonder what time it is or will be.
It’s almost time for everything. Almost.
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