Trying not to lose too much time checking out the global clock
https://thehtime.com/. Intriguing idea, the full article is also fascinating (https://medium.com/adventures-in-consumer-technology/introducing-solutions-to-solve-the-mess-of-time-zones-cdf44a7ee4ae), especially the part about identifying days by the position of the earth relative to the sun. Reminds me of the hours I lost obsessing over calendars thanks to 99 percent invisible (https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-calendar/).
@jamiem this is neat and i love seeing different ideas for this; on the other hand my first question is: how if at all does this address time zones that are not hour-integer offsets from UTC (notably, IST)?
@redoak Huh, I guess some problems are impossible to solve with any hope of being elegant. It looks like Htime takes these timezones into account: https://thehtime.com/location?name=India+-+New+Delhi but for those on timezones with half hour offsets your are stuck doing math.
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