World Clock V3.2 Copyright 1996-1998, P. Lutus

This Java clock shows the date and time in all 24 time zones simultaneously. You may select AM/PM display and/or Daylight Savings time if you wish. The Magi Society uses New York time and observes Daylight Savings Time.
  • Because this is a "client-side" application, its time accuracy depends on your computer. If its time differs from the correct value, please adjust your local clock. Also, the displayed time zone reflects your computer's current settings.
  • This is a Java application -- it requires a Java capable browser to run correctly. Examples of such browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 (available at Microsoft ) and Netscape 2.0 and 3.0 (available at Netscape ).
  • A number of countries have non-standard time zones based on half-hours.
  • Can't see the World Clock?

Enabling Java on your Browser

If you cannot see the Java applets on this page , you need to enable Java in your browser. Here is how:

Netscape: Select Options ... Network Preferences ... Languages .. Enable Java.

MSIE: Select View ... Options ... Security ... Enable Java Programs.