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This article was published on December 17, 2014


Tell the time with other people’s tweets and this Twitter-powered clock

Tell the time with other people’s tweets and this Twitter-powered clock
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Wonder how the rest of the world feels at this time of day? A new browser-based clock shows you the time by displaying tweets that mention the current hour and minute.

Designed by Dutch interactive media studio Moniker, All The Minutes counts down the day with tweets that resize to take up your entire browser window – perfect for a second monitor or an otherwise idle TV screen.

All The Minutes

As it turns out, a lot of people are sleepy just before 4pm. And at 4:30pm. People sleep a lot.

All The Minutes

Don’t missthis color-based clock, too