Product: Clock: Display: Sky
Time Blimp   (+4, -2)  [vote for, against]
So that you never need to wear a watch again.

A country wide network of large tethered blimps with digital clocks upon them, easily visible whenever you look up.
-- kaz, Oct 07 2002

Blimps clogging up our already clogged airways and blocking our sun? Maybe we could just look at the zillions of clocks already around us.
-- XSarenkaX, Oct 07 2002

I generaly find that clocks outside only appear in town centers where the town hall or church is.
-- kaz, Oct 07 2002

perhaps a personal blimp is what is called for. your very own time-keeping blimp attached to your elf with a length of string. park it outside buildings in the manner of horses in the olde wild west.
-- po, Oct 07 2002

I'm with her. The beautiful hot air balloons and the assorted other flyers of the open airspace should not have to face the perile of the "Time Blimp" blumping into them.
-- blissmiss, Oct 07 2002

perile? kazzies blimps are beautiful too. did he not mention?
-- po, Oct 07 2002

blimps are to balloons what butts are too butter, and no, no word of the blimps being beautiful, baker.
-- blissmiss, Oct 07 2002

[po] the idea of these being big things that hang around of their own accord is so that I don't have to remember things like these (watch).

Blimps are beautiful, they're all graceful and ponderous and stuff.
I suppose they could have large analouge clocks on the side instead of digital, digital would be easier to see at night thats all.
-- kaz, Oct 07 2002

analouche? niice. wearing a watch is a habit I lost years ago.
-- po, Oct 07 2002

No no sky pollution! There must be a better way.
-- XSarenkaX, Oct 07 2002

Laser projected on the undersurface of clouds...
-- waugsqueke, Oct 07 2002

"Laser projected on the undersurface of clouds..." - or on the moon!

What about a large array of mirrors in orbit that could spell out the time? <g>
-- JohnnyOnTheSpot, Oct 07 2002

blimp or dirigible?
-- PeterSilly, Oct 08 2002

how about a small clock that sombody could wear on their lower arm wrist region, this would need some kind of strap like maby a belt style strap or velcro maby, I'm sure that our technology is advanced enough to make a clock this small, now call me crazy but I think this might just work.
-- Gulherme, Oct 08 2002

You're crazy. Only women would wear these 'lower-arm clocks' that you speak of. The gentlemens version must be on a very long and expensive chain, so that it can fit in our waist-coats correctly.
-- [ sctld ], Oct 08 2002

But for the wrist-clock idea, how would you ensure that your arm is held completely horizontally in line with the sun?
-- PeterSilly, Oct 08 2002

Time flies
-- thumbwax, Oct 08 2002

fruit flies.
-- XSarenkaX, Oct 08 2002

butter flies
-- barnzenen, Oct 08 2002

flench flies
-- FarmerJohn, Oct 08 2002

shit sinks
-- blissmiss, Oct 08 2002

Mares eat oats, and does eat oats, and little lambs eat ivy ..........
-- 8th of 7, Oct 08 2002

"If I could put time in a blimp, the first thing that I'd want to do".
-- blissmiss, Oct 08 2002

An Ostrich doesnt ...
-- riskyrisk, Oct 17 2003

random, halfbakery