If there's a setting to flip the display so the watch can be worn upside-down, that would help. Hopefully they implement this.
What's the battery life, and is it waterproof? Neither of those were mentioned in the presentation, and I can't find answers to either question in the marketing docs on Apple's site.
I like NANOG (http://www.nanog.org) for network engineering topics. It's geared towards large service provider networks, not so much enterprise/small business, but still quite informative and great for networking of the social variety as well.
This project appears to have computer vision for parts alignment, which is a HUGE deal for a pick-and-place. You need your machine to know if a component is oriented improperly in the reel, and to provide positive feedback on board position by referencing fiducials for accurate placement of fine-pitch components. Other pick-and-place projects I've seen in the past have been just standard 3-axis CNC gantries with a vacuum pickup, the addition of CV means it potentially can truly compete with the high-cost units.
I've bought a number of Feit Electric CFLs from Costco, and get at least a few years of regular use out of them. However, whenever I've bought the same brand from various local hardware stores (both mom-n-pop and big brand stores) I've had them fail within a few months. I'm not sure what's up with that, but that's my experience. I have yet to try any LED bulbs due to the up-front cost and the long life I'm getting out of my CFLs, and I have no use cases where dimming is necessary.
At work I have a HiFiMeDIY Sabre Tiny USB DAC ($30) as my work laptop's internal audio is full of noise (hissing that changes with system activity).
At home, my gaming machine uses its onboard audio interface, but sends digital audio out via SP/DIF to my home theater receiver for its DAC and amplifier.
I even have an external sound interface for ham radio use, a Tigertronics SignaLink USB that's just an external ADC/DAC with some filtering and isolation which interfaces with my radio for digital modes (such as PSK31 or RTTY).