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
The 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
ClockLink.com… provides fashionable clocks that you can easily embed in your web page. All you need to do is simply paste the tag on your web page. Our clock will display the city name of your choice if you choose. You can also choose a time zone for your clock so it will show the correct time. Decorate your website with our clocks! You can have a free standard clock
Mixed Up Clock: At first glance this clock appears to be okay, but a closer look reveals that something’s not quite right. I’d like to have one of those. (via J-Walk)
EarthClock is a free Windows program that: displays a realtime view of the earth, and overlays a clock. It’s fully skinnable. Focus it on your city and watch the night slowly move in.