Time line

  NIGEY 18:09 12 Nov 2006
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Though i'd share this with you, you actually watch time pass through a series of shifting layers intresting to see time actually passing.Very well done this one.
click here

  spuds 18:17 12 Nov 2006

I have just tried a time check using a 'radio controlled' clock. By that calculation there is a 4 second time error, everything else seems fine ;o)

  Forum Editor 18:26 12 Nov 2006

Now, when I think the day seems to be dragging along I can visit that page and see that it actually IS dragging along.

  NIGEY 18:35 12 Nov 2006

Yeah its different isnt it? must say I like it too
I wish you could buy a clock like that for your wall, how cool would that be?

  Bob The Nob© 19:00 12 Nov 2006

Yeah, I would love that on the wall, or as a watch!

Bob

  NIGEY 19:05 12 Nov 2006

A watch would be good,any manufacturers listening??

  rezeeg 20:04 12 Nov 2006

spuds it seems to work off your computer clock - is that 4 seconds adrift?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 20:21 12 Nov 2006

Makes my eyes go funny.

Blimy is that the time?

  Wilham 21:10 12 Nov 2006

Spuds made me curious. So I've compared it with a German radio controlled wristwatch and a Rugby signal wall clock. The Frankfurt and Rugby readouts agree within a fifth of a second (as far as my eyes can tell), but NIGEY's link is 2 seconds slow.
I think rezeeg has the explanation,... it's sourced from the PC clock.

  spuds 22:33 12 Nov 2006

rezeeg/Wilham

Just checked, it doe's run in sync with the computer clock. My computer clock is 4 seconds out with the Rugby time signal control.So it looks like rezeeg as sussed it out :O).

  wolfie3000 00:20 13 Nov 2006

This is the coolest clock online.

click here

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