turning clocks back
Richard L. Shockney
rshockney at ibm.net
Sun Oct 11 15:38:09 UTC 1998
Markus wrote on Sunday, October 11, 1998 5:45 AM:
>Most clocks have integrated circuits, therefore this functionality would
cost practically >nothing to add.
Sorry, but just because it is software does not mean it costs "practically
nothing" to add.
BTW, there are a few of these on the (U.S.) market that use radio
frequencies to automatically adjust to the U.S. Atomic Clock. As I recall,
the wrist watch was about $900, the analog wall clock about $200 and the
digital clock/radio about $100 (all U.S. dollars).
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