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HB World clock

It's a world clock
 
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Not much to natter about.

A link to a world clock site, affixed to the main page of the Halfbakery.

Displaying different time zones of bakers far and wide.

skinflaps, Nov 23 2002

Its the time http://www.page-1.com/time/
like this i think. [skinflaps, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Its also the time http://nist.time.go...i?Pacific/d/-8/java
or something like this (this shows the world, but only allows for U.S. time zones. Figgers.) [Cedar Park, Oct 05 2004]


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       Excellent idea with Rods mod - mainpage is perfect, thankeweverymuch - perhaps some halfbaked time zones are due for a roundup
thumbwax, Nov 23 2002
  

       Oh, yes. Nothing to add except one of these (+)
egbert, Nov 23 2002
  

       Easily bakeable with the world map created in Susen's Mad Cupcakes, if not automatic. Just add your +/- number to Greenwich Mean Time to your location, and let the brain handle the math.   

       Dang, did the map fall off the map? Where'd it go?   

       re: timezone page. Where's Eastern Standard, for the non-daylight-savings equipped?
RayfordSteele, Nov 23 2002
  

       It has to do with not having to upset the dairy schedule, I think. Personally, I loved not having to deal with daylight-saving's time. But it was a little confusing growing up right in the upper-right corner of the state, when Michigan and Ohio would switch and we wouldn't. I could never keep straight exactly what time it was in our north and east bordering states.
RayfordSteele, Nov 25 2002
  

       Welcome B.S.T.Today it will go dark at 7.30 pm.Here comes summer.
How feasible is this clock?
sufc, Mar 29 2003
  


 

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