TrueTime goofs at Smithsonian

(what's wrong with this picture?)

The display reads "A000:01:51:54"

This picture was taken at 4:47PM EST

Correct me if I'm wrong, but that clock looks like it's off by 5 hours and 4 minutes!

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Interesting Links - New (to us) site with cool clock and info - Home of the Network Time Protocol - The official U.S. time (this is a VERY COOL page!) - Time Service Department - U.S. Naval Observatory - USNO NTP NETWORK TIME SERVERS - NTP, Network Time Protocol - Network Time Protocol (NTP) at the University of Michigan - Digital Sundials International [cool toy!] - The North American Sundial Society - Sundials on the Internet - Network Time Protocol Version 3

news:comp.protocols.time.ntp - The network time protocol newsgroup - SNTPClientService version 2.95 - Converts street address to LAT/LON - A discussion about daylight savings time and where it came from - A site for viewing calendars - Yahoo! links about time

Articles on NTP and other time related topics

WIRED.COM: Amateur Time Hackers Play With Atomic Clocks at Home

ZDNet: Does anybody really know what time it is?

Slashdot: Do You Have The Time?

Test your PC Clock

CRC: Resources On The Net

NMEA sentence information(for GPS geeks)

A very creative and cool "digital" clock

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