04. 05. 2007
DayClock keeps track of the day
I'm embarrassed to admit that I need the DayClock, but I do. I really, really do.
I don't need to keep track of the time. I need to keep track of the day. I can find out what time it is in a flash because no matter where I am, there's always a clock nearby. I counted no fewer than 15 timekeeping devices at home, including MP3 players and computers, as well as the microwave, stove, VCR, and a standard clock in each room. And out and about, there's the watch on my wrist, phone in my purse, and radio in the car.
But unless I start marking my calendar with a big red X before I go to sleep each night, few things can tell me, at a glance, what day it is. I don't think I'm alone in keeping track of days according to what's on TV, but asking for the day after Grey's Anatomy off to go to the doctor isn't exactly the best way to get noticed at work.
The $40 DayClock comes in either oak or mahogany, runs on a single AA battery, and even has a "special notch" to indicate when it's noon.
Via Coolest Gadgets.