For many, cracking open the Sunday is likely a tradition you grew up with, and perhaps even carry on to this day. While I can’t guide you to watch info in that medium, I can point you towards a very interesting article from the Wall Street Journal.
The article in question covers the history behind Abraham Louis-Breguet, his genius in watchmaking, and his eventual path to creating the very first wrist watch. Who knows – this might even be good background to read up on before John’s book hits.
You can read the WSJ article here; let me know in the comments if you like these sort of educational-type posts on the weekends.
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