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June 30, 2019

A visual map of sunlight on Earth

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You know those wonderful Geochron clocks (below),

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one of which Reagan gave to Gorbachev at one of their summits?

They were invented in 1965 and they've always been expensive: currently, the entry level version (above) is $1,999,

though they've just introduced a $399 digital version (below)

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you can connect to a 4k monitor or TV.

Now comes sunlight.live with a virtual iteration you can see anywhere on any device.

Lagniappe: free, the way we like it.

Tsilias Paschalis created it and here he tells how it happened.

I bet he'd sell a lot of apps if he priced it at $1.

Note to self: email him (paschalist0@gmail.com). 

June 30, 2019 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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