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    For All You Clock Watchers
    This takes the art of watching time go by to a new level ... http://home.tiscali.nl/annejan/swf/timeline.swf.
    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
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    Very nice find hugh 'ole mate ..... Is a bit different but im watching the "handwritten digital" clock and Oh man he can write numbers fast lol

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    what can i say, he's Dutch :} pretty neat...
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    i love stuff like this!!!

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    Wish I still had that old clock link...
    It does day, month, year, century, .... minute, second. It's very intricate, and actually difficult to follow. You can study it for a l o n g time. Gotta look for it again now.

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    I just want to know Hugh... how'd you come across this website???
    Pretty cool though.
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    Now if I could only turn this into a screen saver...

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    Nice find, very nice find.

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    It's so dead at work today (I work at a call center), and I've literally been staring at it most of the day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUKE179r View Post
    I just want to know Hugh... how'd you come across this website?
    Sent to me. Other than the designer of it - some Dutch guy - goodness knows where it was posted originally. A thorough search might find its origins, but what criteria would one use - and would we have the time!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkArt View Post
    Now if I could only turn this into a screen saver...
    Now there's a thought! Does the MacOS screensaver facility accommodate weblinks as well as pictures?
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    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
    Wish I still had that old clock link...
    It does day, month, year, century, .... minute, second. It's very intricate, and actually difficult to follow. You can study it for a l o n g time. Gotta look for it again now.
    Quote Originally Posted by hughvane View Post
    - goodness knows where it was posted originally. A thorough search might find its origins, but what criteria would one use - and would we have the time!?
    Exactly! I can't find it. It's almost like an intricate watch. It was black on white, and very elegant. I know that the link is on a floppy disk at work from when I saved my Internet Explorer Favorites several years ago. If it was also burned to a CD I have somewhere, maybe I can find it... if I get time!

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