At 1:15 PM -0800 4/25/98, Jim Reid wrote:
>At 04:50 PM 4/25/98 +0000, Malcolm Clark wrote:
>>Over the last few weeks I've noticed a lot of us have PC clocks that are
>>none too accurate. Often a reply has an earlier date/time than the
>>original message. So I thought I'd pass on the skinny about a really
>>neat piece of software for Windows 95/NT called Dimension 4.
>Aloha, But there is an even better and more accurate one, which
>is also FREE! It "pings" the connection between you and NIST or
>the Naval Observatory, adjusts the incoming signal depending
>upon the measured path delay, and can set your computer
>clock to within a few msec.
I sure would like to find something like this that would run on a Mac! :(
Dick Flanagan W6OLD CFII Minden, Nevada DM09db (South of Reno)
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