[NCLUG] E-Ink Signs in Ft. Collins?
mdwyer at sixthdimension.com
Wed Sep 25 16:53:46 MDT 2002
Sean Reifschneider wrote:
> I must say, I totally love those WWVB synchronized clocks. Having to not
> worry about setting the time for DST and just synchronizing is great.
> Also, the first one we got has a really nice "progressive" alarm for
> waking you up. Starts soft and gets more insistent.
> Good technology -- I approve.
Hell, considering that the WWVB (and WWV, for that matter) transmitters
are just up the street from us, and broadcasting at 10,000-50,000 Watts,
you could probably be able to tell time just from the way your own
molecules are shaking...
WWV is the clock you 'hear' on shortwave radios and when you call (303)
499-7111, WWVB is the clock that you could probably feel... WWVB is
what the Sams Club clocks listen to:
ObSysadminStory: At my last job, my Sams Club atomic clock was hanging
on the wall in my office/server room. The RF noise in that room was SO
bad, that the clock was unable to set itself, despite being probably
less than ten miles from the 50kW transmitter... Kinda scary, no?
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