An Accurate Clock
Well, nearly. The US government set up a
some time ago that displays a real-time clock that is linked to an extremely
accurate atomic clock. The time displayed is accurate within limitations
stated on that site - there is a slight error in the display owing to the
small amount of time it takes for information to be sent over the
Internet. It also includes a nifty World map that shows which areas are
in daylight and which are in darkness. It now defaults to display Universal Time
- much better than just US time zones - but it also defaults that that archaic
US phenomenon, a 12-hour clock. Fortunately, they've now introduced
buttons that will change it to other timezones and/or display in 24-hour format.
(Though note: it only goes in 1 hour intervals - sorry, India!)
Meanwhile, I have found a far more useful site (www.timeanddate.com) that will display a similarly accurate clock with a wide choice of presentations. It will work in all time zones and can display in a variety of languages, plus it can be embedded as an IFRAME in any web page (see above). More information here.