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Count Down to December 21, 2012 in Style

Disk Apocalypse is available as a Chrome Web App from the Chrome Web Store, or Dashboard Widget directly from Computer Generated Dreams. Disk Clock takes the idea of clock and turns it inside-out by moving the faces instead of the hand. Disk Apocalypse reinterprets “end of the world” 13-baktun mesoamerican long count calendar with shown […]

Mesoamerican Long Count Clock Now Available

Disk Long Count is available as a Chrome Web App from the Chrome Web Store, or Dashboard Widget directly from Computer Generated Dreams. Disk Clock takes the idea of clock and turns it inside-out by moving the faces instead of the hand. Disk Long Count reinterprets the mesoamerican long count calendar (20 baktuns), shown as […]

Disk Clock <3 The Present

For context, see: The Present Music by Scrap Heap: Fixture Ascent Greetings, Scott Thrift. Good full moon to you. I have always been confused by by time. Digital is precise, but leaves you feeling lost. You have to think about what the numbers mean. Still, I always used digital because the analog clocks confused me […]

Disk Calendar now in Chrome Web Store

Moon Disk is now available in the Chrome Web Store. Disk Clock takes the idea of clock and turns it inside-out by moving the faces instead of the hand. Disk Calendar extends the time period to week, moon, and year. This is a calendar of sorts, built on natural cycles. Since the regular pace of […]

Moon Disk Now in the Chrome Web Store

Moon Disk is now available in the Chrome Web Store. Like Day Disk, the moon disk provides a simple, single-purpose view of a natural cycle. One small note – the actual lunar cycle can vary by as much as fourteen hours, while the Moon Disk keeps a constant pace.

Disk Clock Now in the Chrome Web Store

Full Disk Clock is now available in the Chrome Web Store. Like Day Disk, Disk Clock features 24-hour time with accurate daylight indications. It also adds disks for 4-hour, 1-hour, and 15-minutes, making it more practical for day to day use.

Disk Clock in Chrome Web Store

Disk Clock version 2 is now available as a Chrome App in the Chrome Web Store, starting with the free Day Disk.

Gaisma

I keep forgetting to mention Gaisma. If you at all enjoy the daylight view of Disk Clock, Gaisma offers a plethora of localized information and graphs on daylight, with a little on other stats such as precipitation.