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»Added  2002-05-20
»Rating  5.28
»Votes  18
»Author  Bob Shueey, Gabriel Harman | Search by Bob Shueey, Gabriel Harman
»Website  http://www.weboflincoln.com
»Version  Flash 5
»Description  A collective effort of Gabriel Harman and Bob Shueey to develop a new system for time that is base 10 like the metric system instead of base 12. A day is still the same length but it is broken up into 20 hours (b10 hours) instead of 24, each b10 hour has 100 b10 minutes and each b10 minute has 100 b10 seconds. This is not abstract art. This is a real working clock based on a 20 hour day.Some b10 times for common events:6:50:00 breakfast10:00:00 lunch14:20:00 get off work17:50:00 hit the bar


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