Atomic clock for your comp

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Atomic clocks measure the oscillation of atomic nuclei relative to their electrons (at several million Hz), so you really cant say theyre controlled by satellite. Neat program though, youll always have proof of your non-tardiness if youre late (and actually werent).
 
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Windows 98, ME, 2K and XP.. (and I believe 95) already offer automatic synchronization for your internal clock to either the National Institute of Standards and Technology's or Microsoft's own clock. Not sure if they're as accurate a nuclear one, but they should be accurate to within a second, which is good enough for me.
 

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My schedule isn't tightened to the point where I have to make sure my clock is on the right second.

Plus I have a jillion clocks in my house, and on my cell phone..wait..and on my monitor too! :O!
 
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Kasey said:
Get a free atomic clock for your computer. It's just a program but it syncs your computer clock automatically when you enter your location and is more accurate cause sometimes the clocks get messed up but i think you would know that atomic clocks are controlled by a sattelite so its always on the exact time.
http://www.download.com/Atomic-Clock-Sync/3000-2350_4-10316305.html?tag=pop
That would be fantastic if I didn't have a computer or a cell phone.
 
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Magus said:
My schedule isn't tightened to the point where I have to make sure my clock is on the right second.

Plus I have a jillion clocks in my house, and on my cell phone..wait..and on my monitor too! :O!
You forgot to mention a watch ;), those things are very handy. I'm also guessing there's some spyware or adware involved with this program ;o.
 

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