Okay, I’m going to go on a not so long rant about startups right now and American culture in general triggered by this YC company called inpulse. Their “big idea” is that people are too lazy to look at their phone if it starts ringing or receives a text and they’d like to solve that pain by integrating it with your watch, so apparently when your phone starts ringing, you wouldn’t have to go through the exceptionally painful process of reaching into your pocket and pulling it out to see who’s calling. Really, am I the only one that sees what’s wrong with this? I mean, how can a company be built on something as trivial? And who in the world is paying these guys 150$ for this trivial convenience?