WorldClockr now supports the toggle of daylight saving time (DST) for each clock (just about in time for the DST change this Sunday in Europe).
Click the little icon in the lower right corner of the clock:
indicates that DST is used (+1 hour)
indicates no DST
Thursday, March 22, 2007
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
I added a new section to World Clockr where you can compare the Paris world clock directly with the Eiffel Tower web cam. Most interesting will be the times around sunset and sunrise, make sure you don't miss it.
If you want to have the same on your web site, just check the syndication page on how to embed a world clock into your web page.
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Today I started my new project: CountDownr.
CountDownr is a little Ajax project which gives everybody his own collection of countdown counters. Each counter is customized to its own time and date when it goes off. There are two types of counters:
- Counters for a specific date and time. These counters can be repeated daily, weekly, monthly or yearly which advance automatically when the alert goes off. They are perfect for reminders on single events, lunchbreaks, weekends, paying your monthly bills or birthdays and holidays.
- Counters which read the upcoming events from public Google Calendars. Any public calendar can be the source for a counter. It advances automatically to the next event after each alert.
Example: Google Developer Calendar