"We find that people look at their watches four dozen times a day. And at no time do you realize that more than when you forget your watch. It's not just that you don't know what time it is; you feel all out of sorts. The rhythm of your day is all thrown off. So we're thinking, What other kinds of information can you push into that peripheral channel? Contacts and schedules and things like that are good. But what about your stock-market portfolio? Or biometric information about your loved ones, so you can see how your parents are doing, just to know whether they're having a good day or a bad day." You can take this and shove it up your peripheral channel, you bad bad people, you.