Archive for May, 2008

Hardwood Fern Clock

natural hardwood clocks A rustic, hardwood wall clock, that captures the deep beauty of the natural world.

Eclipse Wall Clocks

eclipse wall clocks The stark black Eclipse Wall Clocks, available from

8 Things You Never Knew About Clocks

This is a short article outlining some interesting clock facts, and unusual moments in clock history

Drink Coasters – The Second Mouse of the Computer Revolution

The drink coaster is a window of individuality which allows you to add color, beauty, and spirit to the cold hard processed world of computers and technology.

Are Disposable Drink Coasters Hurting The Environment?

Disposable drink coasters, though often biodegradable, are a symptom of a philosophical flaw in our culture. The idea that creating to consume and dispose can last is laughable, and can actually stunt our ability to innovate.

Doomsday Clocks and the End of the World

The doomsday clock is a social commentary on the state of the world, embodied in the form of a clock set to just a few minutes before midnight. Every time the world gets a little scarier, the clock gets closer to midnight, and the end of the world. Luckily, sound decisions can move the clock hands back a bit.

Decimal Time and 100 Minute Clocks

Decimal time is a system of timekeeping that is based on the number 10, rather than the numbers 12 and 30. It was used most famously after the French Revolution, when the provisional government instituted a form of decimal time, that divided the day and the hour into even 100 segment parts. Today it is most often used by computer programmers and scientists

Can Alarm Clocks Make you Sick?

There is a growing fear throughout the world of science that the Electromagnetic Fields generated by common household items, may be causing health problems in some people. The alarm clock, one of the greatest sources of electromagnetic fields in your home, may also be sitting right by your head all night long

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Clocks

Some startling facts about clocks, time, and the fourth dimension

Your Head is Older Then your Feat, The Clock Conundrum

According to a trick of quantum physics, your feat may be a few seconds older than your head.