RE: Time ticks on a PC, and making them accurate

From: Derek C Breit (breit_ideas@poyntsource.com)
Date: Mon Nov 21 2011 - 02:55:52 UTC

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    I would pass this along to IOTA, but I can't find the email that explains it
    and provides a link..
    
    Derek
    
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    Subject: Time ticks on a PC, and making them accurate
    
    On 19 Nov 2011 at 12:15, Ted Molczan wrote:
    
    > I have wanted something like this for some time. Excellent!
    
    > In my experience, relying on the eye to synch to the displayed time is
    > not nearly as reliable as using the ear. 
    
    This program might also be of interest to members of IOTA, the 
    International Occultation Timing Association.
    
    Thomas Goodey
    
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    the mind.
    
    ---- Olaf Stapledon, 'Last Men in London'
    
    
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