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SIT (Show Internet Time)

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Application Name SIT (Show Internet Time)
   
Version 1.0
   
Developer
   
License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
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Summary
Internet time clock
   
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Screenshot of You can see the internet time in the service tray...totally a different format from normal time
   
Description Swatch Internet Time (or beat time) is a decimal time concept introduced in 1998 by the Swatch corporation as part of their marketing campaign for their line of "Beat" watches. Instead of hours and minutes, the mean solar day is divided up into 1000 parts called ".beats". Each .beat lasts 1 minute and 26.4 seconds. Times are notated as a 3-digit number out of 1000 after midnight. So, @248 would indicate a time 248 .beats after midnight representing 248/1000 of a day, just over 5 hours and 57 minutes. There are no time zones in Swatch Internet Time; instead, the new time scale of Biel Meantime (BMT) is used, based on Swatch's headquarters in Biel, Switzerland and equivalent to Central European Time, West Africa Time, and UTC+1. Unlike civil time in Switzerland and many other countries, Swatch Internet Time does not observe daylight saving time.
   
Installation Instructions Copy .exe file to handheld and tap on it to run.
   
Tags clock, time
   
Popularity 1303
Total Downloads 19
   
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 17 March 2014

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