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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

The Overnightscape 1424: Warm Cities Within (9/12/17)

2:52:28– Frank in NJ and NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Western Chinese cuisine, the silk road, Led Zeppelin, Louise Brooks, time travel, Chico Marx, Steely Dan, Boards of Canada, Warm Cities Within, 1423, Onsug Radio Vault, iPhone X, AR, AI, pen fix, Nightstation, slip of the tongue, Halley’s Comet, The Orville, Outlander, Jim Carrey interview, questioning reality, Hearthstone, clock anger, and much more… plus the Other Side (at 2:12:05)… walk of shame by hawkeye [, CC BY-NC-SA 2.5], Apocale by Charly2n [Dogmazic, CC BY-NC 2.0], The Beatles Interviewed By Kenny Everett – Chat #1 (BBC Radio, The Kenny Everett Show) (6/6/68) [collection], American Express Pavilion (Epilogue) [collection], Nixon on phone with Kissinger (4/7/71) [Nixon Library, [public domain], Partita No. 3 in E Major (Bach) by Gordon Rowland [Musopen, public domain], I Saw the Light by The Search [, CC BY-NC-ND 2.5], Dream A Dream by Unicorn Star-Gazer [], World’s Fair Spot 6 [collection], Happy Jester by Loretta Jacobs [Jamendo, CC BY 3.0], Chinese film (1966) (excerpt) [FedFlix, public domain], Ground Zero by AutoCad [, CC BY 3.0].

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posted by Frank at 5:23 pm filed in Frank,Sep17  

1 Comment »

  1. 24 hour time is not that hard Frank 😛

    First of all most clocks these days are digital, and will display 24 hour time if configured to do so. Secondly if you are ever confused by a time greater than 12 just subtract 12 from the hour value. So 22:00 – 12 = 10 PM 13:00 – 12 is 1 PM etc.

    Yes we still colloquially say “6 in the evening” or whatever when talking often, but in writing it’s more precise to just write 19:00 instead of “7 in the afternoon” (the AM/PM abbreviations are not used in other languages, and it took me a long time to remember which means what since it’s not even English but Latin).

    Comment by Jan Erik — January 11, 2019 @ 9:52 pm

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