WAY TO GO
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APRIL 1-2, 2000
To find the current time anywhere in the world: www.worldtimezone.com
You've set your clock forward today (haven't you?), but what about the country to which you're traveling? Don't get caught in a crisis of synchronization--consult the World Time Zone site.
While other sites offer time zone conversions, this one manages to fit the entire world onto one Web page. The map interface indicates the current time around the globe, and a clever yellow border indicates which places are currently operating under Daylight Savings Time.
(There are also more detailed maps of the United States, Europe, Russia, Australia and Oceania.) Note the anomalies: Argentina operates under one zone, but go directly north into Bolivia and it's an hour earlier. And there's the strange case of Indiana, where some parts of the state never move their clocks, and others have declared their own time zone allegiances.