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This is dedicated to all ape descendants who still think digital watches are a pretty neat idea. Based on the Samui Moon watch by Time Technology, this fabulous virtual timepiece will be most enjoyed by the sort of people who go to the pub and count their change in binary, or hex. And, of course, it is also dedicated to the late, great Douglas Adams (the chap in the photo), who did so much to make society sass those of us who suffer from slightly nerdy tendencies as being really hoopy froods. Note: The LED's change every minute and the time is taken from your computer's internal clock.
- OK this isn't really a tool. It's probably almost completely useless to everyone except the most nerdy.
- I did NOT write this applet. It is a splendid piece of programming created by a really hoopy frood by the name of Rob Davis http://jumpstation.co.uk/binaryclock/
- It is based on the binary watch whic was available from http://timetechnology.com/. Sadly, it seems the domain is parked now./li>
- Learn more about Douglas Adams at the Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Adams
- And discover what it takes to be sassed as a hoopy frood at the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy project fan site http://hhgproject.org/
(Updated 2019-01-05 15:32 UTC by Garf)
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