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March 20, 2009



It's No.1 on Wired magazine's current Playlist which makes it plenty good enough for me.

"At last — a screensaver that trumps the Ken Burns-effect slide show of that hike to Waimea Falls! Flash and Flex developer Gabriel Bucknall's after-hours project gives us a new reason to sit idly at our computers, literally watching time pass. PolarClock, available for Mac and Windows, represents month, date, day, hour, minute and second in concentric arcs that lengthen as time goes by. Download the screensaver at  blog.pixelbreaker.com/polarclock and the iPhone app from iTunes."

March 20, 2009 at 02:01 PM | Permalink


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