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[Relase vb2.0] New Earth Time clock hack...
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Released: 16 May 2001 Last Update: Never Downloads: 4
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Another hack from The knowledge emporium.

After adapting the clock I got from the developer, see here: http://newearthtime.net/
We asked him if we could release the hack from here and he agreed.

We included a install manual in english, german and dutch...

Bassie

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  #2  
Old 16 May 2001, 22:07
Christian Christian is offline
 
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Smile

You can see a demo HERE!
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Old 17 May 2001, 08:47
Blue2000 Blue2000 is offline
 
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what a pointless hack
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Old 17 May 2001, 10:48
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?. I don't get it.
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Old 17 May 2001, 11:23
Christian Christian is offline
 
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LOL

It is quite easy!

The New Earth Time gets away with the different time zones of the world!

It shows the time in 360.

That means, for example 270 is the same time, all over the world!

You want to meet someone from the other side of teh world in a chat room at a certain time?
Well, then just agree to meet at the certain time and name it in NET!

In my opinion the NET helps to let disappear the borders between the countries in the world and make us all cosmopolitan!
...But some ppl just can't open their minds yet!
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Old 17 May 2001, 11:48
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...But some ppl just can't open their minds yet!

I'll work on it.
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Old 17 May 2001, 14:55
Yaa 101 Yaa 101 is offline
 
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Smile

And...

Not everything does need a point to be implemented...
Art is such a sector, if we need a point for art then we would have not as much...
Though most people think art is needed while art is pointless in the same sense maybe as our NET clock.
It makes us feel better, and pulls up our creativity in solving every day problems...

Bassie.
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Old 17 May 2001, 17:05
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Yaa, I couldn't see you demo anywhere. Must anything be installed for it to work?

By the way, have you released the MSN hack as well?
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Old 17 May 2001, 21:03
Christian Christian is offline
 
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The New Earth time is between Private Messaging and the World Time Zones!

Normally guests should see it also!
I didn't have set that the hack are only visible for members!



... and the MSN Hack was released by me!
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Old 18 May 2001, 16:58
Yaa 101 Yaa 101 is offline
 
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Hi Saturn...

It should be visible at all time...
Nothing extra is needed for the hack to work...
D/L the attachment i put on here, read the manual and implement it.
Make shure that you have to implement for each style.

Hope it helps and good luck...

Bassie.

P.S. Could be Christian, but the key script was hyjacked by me... lol
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Old 20 May 2001, 23:52
NickyNet NickyNet is offline
 
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hi,

great hack:

on 20.05.2001 at 358 40' NET with IE

but not working for netscape 4.76
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Old 21 May 2001, 08:18
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*sigh*

Swatch has already had an internet time thing going on for years... they even have watches displaying it, why try to get used to yet another format?

To read more, click here.
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Old 21 May 2001, 11:18
Christian Christian is offline
 
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And how many ppl use it?

Who spends the money for such a watch?

Are there any programs which you can run on your PC to see the Swatch Internet Time?


This project is FREE!
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Old 21 May 2001, 11:53
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Sure there are converters and programs for the internet time (did you even check out the site I provided the link for?). Even some popular programs (like T-Clock) use it

Imho, I think this is just another attempt to try to launch a global clock. Swatch didn't seem to be able to pull it off very well (at least not yet), but at least they went as far as advertising it and even commercializing it by creating watches that actually display the time in both formats.

The one you're using is probably going to get burried very soon if they don't get any support. Swatch is just a little bit bigger than them, hence the popularity. But who knows, I like the idea of the 360' clock a lot better. Counting in 'beats' (Swatch's name for its internet time format) is a bit hard still, but I'm starting to get the hang of it, especially since I have the time format displayed in my task bar

It takes time to get used to new things. We (here in Europe) are soon going to switch to the Euro currency and that's gonna be hard enough. If we have to start modernizing our time and mesuring formats as well, I think we're all going to feel lost pretty soon...

Great hack anyways Didn't mean to critisize it in any way. Just wanted to mention that there's another format out there worth taking a look @

Pe<|ce.
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Old 21 May 2001, 16:42
Christian Christian is offline
 
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Wink

Here in Germany the conversion to EUR is the easiest I guess!

1 EUR = 2 DM, easy!


And the time....


Well, a few weeks and I know it by heart! LOL
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