"Humanclock.com shows a photograph of the current time, with the photo changing every minute of the day (all 1,440 occuring minutes on Earth!) Thus you end up with a rotating picture clock sorta deal.How the time is actually displayed is a whole different matter. A lot of photos have the time written on a crummy cardboard sign, while other photos might have the current time in a more edible format, such as olives. There are photos below sea level and ones over two miles above sea level. There are even clock pictures with people who played at Woodstock.Many people viewing this website end up sending in their own clock pictures, be they in an airplane, installing brakes, or on a playground in Missouri. There are clock pictures from all over the world ranging from Outback Australia to Canada to Pakistan to Antarctica to Italy to Brazil."
You're even encouraged to send in your photographs.
heard of flickr, right? okay, so here's a site where you can actually spell your name out with different images (of alphabets) that appear on Flickr. If you're not too pleased with the alphabet, then click on it and it gives you another option. It also gives you the html code to it, so you can put it up on your website or blog. Look right at the bottom of my blog to see me! http://metaatem.net/words/
an interesting site here. where you get to explore a whole ship (click to go in, click to view video et al) and see what the hotties on board do round the clock. http://navylifestyle.defencejobs.gov.au/