March 8, 2007

time.gov mapWith Daylight Savings Time starting earlier this year, it’s a good time (ha ha – pun not intended) to remind you about the U.S. Government’s official time-keeping webpage: time.gov.

At time.gov, you can click on your time zone within the U.S., and then a clock appears with the correct time. Even better, it’s running, with the seconds slowly ticking away. As a nice bonus, the time.gov webpage then displays a map showing which regions of the U.S. are in daylight and which are in night.

Have a good time! (Ha ha – pun intended this time.)

time.gov shaded map


One Response to “Time.gov”

  1. […] times are indeed here! (And yes, I had previously blogged about checking time.gov from your […]

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