Thursday, January 14, 2010

The Literary James Bond Rolex Watch Rolex Coolness: Daniel Craig

Rolex Coolness: Daniel Craig
The Literary James Bond Rolex Watch
Big Red Panda Rolex Daytona

Literature is the art of written words. When translated literally from Latin "Literature" means "acquaintance with letters." It should come as no surprise then that Daniel Craig who plays James Bond literally suffers from severe RISitus and loves collecting vintage Rolex watches like the Big Red Panda Rolex Daytona on his wrist in this photo.

If you wish to learn everything about the Literary James Bond Rolex Watch you can visit Dell Deaton's excellent James Bond Watches Blog.

It could be argued that Daniel Craig is rewriting James Bond Rolex history by not only staying true to Ian Fleming's original vision of James Bond, but also writing his own book on love of Rolex watches. To learn everything you could ever want to know about James Bond, Daniel Craig and Rolex watch history you can check out my super-detailed story on the genesis of James Bond along with a complete list of James Bond watches.

Rolex Studio Shot Of The Day Morten's two-tone Rolex Submariner...

Rolex Studio Shot Of The Day
Morten's two-tone Rolex Submariner
Cobalt Blue Bezel & Dial

Morten from Denmark is a big fan of Jake's Rolex Watch Blog and he sent in the amazing photo of his two-tone Rolex Submariner on top of its classic forest green Rolex box. Thanks for sharing this superb shot Morton!!!

NASA Hubble Telescope in 3D

NASA Hubble Telescope in IMAX 3D

On Jake's Rolex Watch Blog we spend much time exploring earth, from the DEEP-SEA to the mountains and of course, the heavens. We are also have a feature with some really cool NASA desktop wallpaper which you can find by clicking the NASA Desktop Wallpaper label at the bottom of this post.

Anything having to do with NASA's Space Shuttle missions is always fascinating and the subject of Rolex watches being worn in Space is always interesting, like one of NASA's most decorated astronauts, Leroy Chaio who wore his Pepsi GMT on 4 Space Shuttle missions, including the one where he flew on the Space Shuttle to The International Space Station to lead Expedition 10, which allowed him to live on the International Space Station for 6.5 Months.

This special IMAX movie required a special 700-pound IMAX camera that shot from a single, mile-long strip of film!!! That is a lot of film!!!!

This High Definition IMAX NASA video preview is mind-boggling as it covers NASA's Space Shuttle Atlantis attempts to repair the Hubble Telescope. If you have the new 21.5 inch or 27 inch Apple iMac, you definitely want to check out this stunning HD footage in full screen–and turn the volume way up!!!!