Sunday, September 12


191° 34' NET

What is that NET thing? Well, NET (New Earth Time) is a great way to sychronize the whole world under one logical timeframe. NET time is the same for everyone, doesn't matter in what time zone you are in. And since a NET day starts on longitude zero at Greenwich (England) it is also compatible with other time systems and our calendar.

You can also download NET clocks for your computer (Win/Mac) as well a cool java clock. You'll also see the very first real NET clock in pictures.

Vector at Sunday, September 12, 2004

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