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Time.is: Atomic Time Synchronization


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Recently, a new excellent Time.is service has started its operation. This service is showing the approximate mistiming of your computer clock with the international atomic time (usually an error in Ajax is 0.02-0.1 s.). Also, it shows the time in 7 million places in the world and compares the time in different places.

Additionally, there are some nice bonuses such as: a calendar with the number of weeks and ordinal number of the day of the year, time reference book of a sunrise and a sunset for each location, integration with Google Maps, and widgets for other websites.

There is even a special design for full-screen mode in your browser. Also, keep in mind that the arrival of a new second on Time.is server is occurring at the beginning of this second. Some operating systems cannot even synchronize the computer time with such precision.
xially 17 march 2012, 10:59
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