Mike Broadwater writes: > I'm sure this is in the faq, but I want to ask it here to make sure I'm clear: > do we post with current Seattle time (GMT -8:00) or our current time? Cause > I just sent out a message that, when I noticed, has an earlier t/d stamp > than the one I replied too. Just _how_ should it be done?
I use my local time. I'm too lazy to do the conversion. If someone has a problem with that, I'll remedy it. PLEASE don't have a problem with it... *begs* =)
In our last episode, Jaimie Nicholson wrote: > > Anyone know what time zone Indonesia is in?
Well, "Indonesia" is actually a series of nearly 3700 islands (3000 are inhabited), including, Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Timor, & Irian Jaya. So, it depends upon which one(!) your talking about.
All together, the country spans *three* timezones: GMT+7:00 (Bangkok/Hanoi-time), GMT+8:00 (Beijing/Singapore-time), & GMT+9:00 (Tokyo/Seoul-time).
Time to drag out the Rand-Macnally atlas, chummer. (Or if you have Win95, double-click on the taskbar's clock & play with the time-zone gadget.)
Hope this helps, --Fenris _______________________________________________logan1@*****.intercom.net (>) "Fighting Power Armor is bad enough. Now we're supposed to fight Power Armor with Tails?" (>) --Captain Hugh Wilton, Commanding Officer, "E" Company, Ares Macrotech during the Destruction of their Command Post at the hands of Saeder-KruppMessage no. 5
Jeffrey Mach <mach@****.CALTECH.EDU>
Wed, 3 Dec 1997 21:36:16 -0800
On Wed, 3 Dec 1997, Logan Graves <Fenris> wrote:
> In our last episode, Jaimie Nicholson wrote: > > > > Anyone know what time zone Indonesia is in? > > All together, the country spans *three* timezones: > GMT+7:00 (Bangkok/Hanoi-time),
This is the one where Jakarta is, since I assume this is what Jaimie was looking for.
> (>) "Fighting Power Armor is bad enough. Now we're > supposed to fight Power Armor with Tails?" > (>) --Captain Hugh Wilton, Commanding Officer, "E" Company, > Ares Macrotech during the Destruction of their Command Post > at the hands of Saeder-Krupp
"Wait'll they get a load of me...." --Sgt. Ben "Torque" Torkelson, Heavy Weapons Officer Knight Errant Security, E-SWAT division Rigger: Spartan ADT "Heavy Arms" VariantMessage no. 6
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