Monthly Archives: March 2011
The Equinox is gone for another half year. And then all things being equal we’ll be back.
I may not make it all the way around the world today, but I’ll get started, and breaking inertia is the hardest thing. No telling what we might shake loose. We all know that we share a big ball floating … Continue reading
We use official time zones that normally cover a 15° section of longitude for every hour, some even larger. Every place in that Zone has the exact same time, but there’s another way to look at the day and measure … Continue reading
The site for the fayetteville 24 Hour World Clock is Common Grounds on Dickson Street. More later. Free Beverage of choice from the Common Grounds menu for the first 24 who show up at 5:30 pm Sunday. March 20 with … Continue reading
The twenty four hour countdown to Equinox has begun. I hope some of you out there have your plans for a 24 Hour World Clock. I will attempt one in Fayetteville Arkansas, the home of the University of Arkansas. Stay … Continue reading
Why are multibillion dollar corporations paying so much to web sites that can attract and hold your attention? Or why does a college student who can create a web site that can attract and hold your attention suddenly own a … Continue reading