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 here.
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.
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.
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