The smartwatch buzzed, sending a slight electrical jolt through his wrist.
She had just poked him.
It buzzed again.
Another person just poked him.
Friend after friend poked and every time the smartwatch “poked”Xonvart Niis on the wrist with electricity.
Maybe it wasn’t the best programming decision, tying a social media action to a watch’s battery power.
It was, however, very effective — he tended to pay more attention to the pokes.
He questioned his team’s choice for new augmented reality sensors.
What would they think of next?