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TimeAndDate.com

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http://www.timeanddate.com

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Current Time (World Clock) and online and printable Calendars for countries worldwide. Find the best time for web meetings (Meeting Planner) or use the Time and Date Converters. Online services and Apps available for iPhone, iPad, and Android.

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A very basic and simplistic looking website that despite that does get the job done.

It is good for seeing world time (despite this functionality being available in most search engines) but the real killer feature is the time and date converters. I have not been able to find any other place on the web where I can convert and calculate time between dates (including business days or all calendar days) as simply and effortlessly.

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