Millennium Clock

Days, hours, minutes and seconds so far in this millennium:


This look and feel is after Otto de Voogd.
This uses a very simple JavaScript using the client computer's time setting.
I returned to Otto's clock on 6/28/98, and found that he's added an option to get the correct stuff.
Note that the Millennium starts on 1/1/2001, which is 2000 years A.D.
- there was no year zero; you can look it up!
- and watch out, Americans! October 4th, 1582, was the first day
of the current calendar: 10/04/1582 (04-10-1582 European)

Read about Time in Ronnie's Library

or see how the Whitehouse eliminates the controversy with slick wording


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