More Daylight Savings Time (Great)

I just read that the U.S. wants to extend daylight savings time:

It would mean people would turn their clocks forward one hour on the first weekend of March [instead of April] and “fall back” on the final weekend in November [instead of October].

It’s supposed to save energy, but really it’s the answer to the question we’ve all been asking: “How can they make Daylight Savings Time an even bigger pain in the ass?”

Photos Of Time

The timeThe Human Clock:

shows a photograph of the current time, with the photo changing every minute of the day (all 1,440 occurring minutes on Earth!) Thus you end up with a rotating picture clock sorta deal.
How the time is actually displayed is a whole different matter. A lot of photos have the time written on a crummy cardboard sign, while other photos might have the current time in a more edible format, such as olives. There are photos below sea level and ones over two miles above sea level.

Clock Rental Services

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You can have a free standard clock (as on the left; the time displayed is that in New Brunswick, Canada), or a custom clock costing $600 per year just for hosting the service, plus a fee for creating the clock itself.