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why isn't the us administration working on improving time.gov/

it looks absolutely disgusting

@lynnesbian they don't do anything except discriminate against mexican people

@lynnesbian huh i thought the big center part was flash because it took 3s to load, but apparently they managed even worse

@lynnesbian time.gov is the spacejam.com of government websites.

@lynnesbian I've been going to this website to set my clocks for two decades. :,-)

@lynnesbian I think my geocities page looked better than that.

Imo: add snowflakes.

@lynnesbian Oh my god the comic sans buttons

How can you say that, this website is perfect

@lynnesbian going to email timeinfo@boulder.nist.gov every day pleading for them to let a high schooler replace it with a project they made for class

@lynnesbian what are you talking about that site is beautiful! :o

"Sun is shining in light region
It is night in dark region"

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"Please send any comments or questions to: timeinfo@boulder.nist.gov
However, due to the volume of email we receive, we cannot always respond to each one individually."
How many mails could a online clock possibly get?

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And tbh with dot govs you either get broken and ugly or just ugly.

Giant conspiracy theory shitposting 

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This is one of the reasons why I have trouble believing these claims of grand secret new world order conspiracies floating around everywhere.

The Government has trouble just making modern websites or websites that don't crash during moderate-high traffic volume (healthcare.gov anyone?)

If they can't even get web design right, what makes people think they could pull off all these grand plans (FEMA Camps, etc.) completely under the radar?

@lynnesbian pffft wow

i love it tbh

at this point it's kinda nostalgic

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