Big Changes at TickTocking
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Big Changes at TickTocking

If you are reading this post on the site, you’ll see that I’ve made some major changes.  It is still a work in progress.  I am doing this all myself and learning as I go, so please forgive me for using you as my beta testers.
So what’s new?  Well, aside from aesthetics, the biggest change is that I have set up a space for community forums.  As I mentioned yesterday, community plays a huge role in enjoying and learning about watches.  There are already fantastic online resources, but I want to facilitate a bigger sense of community here on TickTocking.  I know my friends and readers are some of the smartest, most interesting, most well-informed collectors in the world – the cream of the crop.  If I can facilitate new friendships and interesting discussions, then I will be very happy.

I have set up a comment thread in the forums where I would love to hear your suggestions and advice.  If you have 5 minutes today, please drop by and leave your thoughts.  And even better, start a thread of your own or comment in someone else’s!  Empty forums are a sad sight to see.

I know some people are easily distracted by shiny objects, so I’ve also started a video thread to share some videos I’ve taken of some incredible pieces.  You can see the first post here.

  • Humberto Palomeque García

    Hi Mr. HallockI have to comment that your website  looks really great, the photo on the top with the caliber of the HM1 in the main page looks even more. Please share with us more videos with the Legacy Machine 1 to admire with every little detail this Master piece.

    Im a huge fan of TickTocking, but mostly to the Haute Horlogerie and the fascinating Horological Lab from MB&F.

    I wait (very soon) all your new posts in the site.

    Congrats Mr. Hallock
    Best regards from Mexico

    Humberto Palomeque

  • love it!
    keep doin what you are doin.