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On 8/2/07, John Posada <jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> Hi, guys...I was wondering if anyone on the list could recommend a piece
> of software that would allow me to keep track of the time of multiple time
> zones. Right now, I'm on a project that is using developers from five
> locations; Russia, India, Ireland, US East Coast, and US West Coast.
> I picture some little toolbar that is always displayed where I can select
> multiple locations and their time will always be on the screen...kinda like
> the multiple clock row you see in newsrooms.
> I tried searching, but came up with nothing that I was looking for. Anyone
> ever see aything like that?
> John Posada
> Senior Technical Writer
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