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    I thought this was going to be about ways of representing time for transmission over networks. I was disappointed.

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      This is actually the concluding article of a series we ran in the nixers newsletter called “Keeping time and date” (just search for it in the entries). Most of the series is about the technicalities and what you were looking for. Only this last article is tackling the subjectivity of time because I wanted to include a bit of humaneness to all this.
      Thanks for reading.