So, we're just one day away from the first Apple Watch deliveries. We're all excited. But as the front line in adoption of this new technology, we have a moral duty as well. We need to make sure we don't look like jerks using our watches. If we want people to adopt this technology, there can't be a stigma associated with its use. Think Google Glass, or Bluetooth earpieces... So, what etiquette rules should we follow? I'll start with the obvious one: don't go around talking to your wrist unnecessarily. It's probably going to be harder for the listener to hear you, so you'll talk even louder to make up for it (cell yell). I know some people crave attention, and other just want to play with their new toy, but please be considerate when using the voice dictation, phone call and Siri features. Ok, any other suggestions? Or maybe you disagree with me and think we should all go around yelling at our wrists like a Dick Tracy minus the Tracy?