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The Swatch company has created a new way of measuring time, called 'Internet Time'. A day in Internet Time is divided into 1000 Swatch beats, each 1 minute 26.4 seconds long, counting from @000, which marks midnight BMT (Biel Mean Time, named for the home city of Swatch in Switzerland).

For more information, visit Swatch at: http://www.swatch.com/internettime.

SwatchHack replaces the normal Palm system time (e.g. 12:00 pm) with Swatch Internet Time (e.g. @500). When activated, you'll see Swatch time in the Datebook, Applications launcher, etc.

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To configure SwatchHack, install and run the companion 'Swatch' program (provided), set your timezone and indicate whether Daylight Savings Time (DST) is in effect in your area.

SwatchHack is tightly-coded, efficient, and compatible with all Palm and PalmPilot devices running Palm OS 4 or earlier.

Note: SwatchHack is a HackMaster-module, so you need to have HackMaster installed on your Palm to activate it. If you do not already have HackMaster, download it now from DaggerWare.

Download SwatchHack. SwatchHack is freeware. Enjoy!

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