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Analog or Digital Clocks for your Website or Blog

While most all of the clocks and time items we feature are actual 3-Dimensional Clocks, we have always had a soft spot for the many cool working Analog and Digital Clocks that are shown on the web by individual websites and blogs.

One of our many plans is to offer both free and customized digital clocks and analog clocks that we make that can be added to individual websites and blogs. But we are not there yet. Anyone want to help?

In the meantime, and to continue to truly make this blog useful, we would like to point out the 2 sources, of the many we have come across, that seem to us to provide high quality clocks that can be added to ones website or blog. Those two companies and the information on the clocks they offer can be found at www.clocklink.com and www.worldtimeserver.com. While we have no relatonship whatsoever with these companies, they both seem to provide a useful and reliable service.

1-800-4CLOCKS plans and expects to provide these kinds of web clocks, hopefully soon.

By | 2007-09-13T21:57:39+00:00 September 13th, 2007|6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Marc Fouchecour September 14, 2007 at 7:14 am

    Let me point out the Relatime watches (www.relatime.com), which present new concepts for reading time. The funny thing is that you are looking for people making web clocks for your real clocks, and we are looking for people making real clocks from our web clocks (see http://www.relatime.com/about.html#History) 😉

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