|How to convert your Timex Ironmanâ„¢ Triathlonâ„¢ brand digital wrist watch to space time
(27 Feb 2007 at 17:28)
| Ever since I showed everyone how to get a brand new space name (or several) I have been frequently asked, How can I (meaning the question asker) convert more and more of my (meaning the question asker's) lifestyle into the space age (meaning 1957)? Specifically, how can I convert my digital wrist watch to the increasingly popular space time standard (ISO/TS 16999–1:2999)? In this tutorial I will show you how to convert a commodity Timex Ironman Triathlon brand digital wrist watch to operate on space time.
The tutorial is very simple. The first step is to give your Timex a lickin'. I have had great success with lickin' my Timex by placing it in my shorts pocket and laundering it on "heavy soil" mode for 40 minutes (이임 space minutes) and then drying it on high heat (with wrinkle guard) for an additional 60 minutes (ѼӼ space minutes).
This is the only step. Now your digital wrist watch should display as above, slowly tickin' out the space seconds!
|That picture causes me pain. I can't see the "image" in the watch properly, so I keep trying to fix it by getting a view from a different angle (like I would with any lcd in the physical universe).
It never works.
|I would go down to the basement forthwith to convert my watch using the washer/dryer space time transmogrifier, but, alas, my watch ran out of batteries. And then my other watch ran out of batteries. It's been months, actually, and I still haven't gotten around to addressing the situation. For now, I remain timeless. And space timeless.
|In the physical universe, the segments are also weirdly blinking and incrementing, as is proper for space time.
|I was coming home from the giant Eagle Saturday, and I saw this person fly by on Ellsworth -- I thought, "wow, that guy looks fast!" When I turned on to Ellsworth and eventually caught up to the guy, I think it was you! I wasn't sure b/c I could only see him/you from behind. But if you are now able to warp space, it totally makes sense how you were so fast!
|J8: Sorry, saturday I was X-C skiing! But a good guess. You can verify your hypotheses and track my every move by visiting tom7.motionbased.com.
|Ah, this is exactly the sort of thing I come to spacebar.org for.
Incidentally, if I'm reading your space time display properly, you appear to have switched onto Daylight Savings (Space) Time prematurely. But without observing the blink pattern, it's hard to be sure.
|Is your server out too? Can't you help your room mate?
|Mine's okay, just quiet! I helped Mike get his back up and running, but there might be something wrong with the computer, we're not sure... and he's in San Francisco!
|Glad to see there's recovery.
|Man, LCD Watch Space Time would make an awsome font.
Also, your washer/dryer may be the source of some form of space radiation. I suggest to look for the "Made in ____" sticker. It may in fact be from another planet/celestial body.
|This is brilliant. Years ago I had the same Timex Ironman model, but it was stolen from me before I had the chance to set it to space time. What I do have though is a brand new digital watch running on space time after following your tutorial.
Thanks for the tip
|ok this is an id 10 t error . you laundered it for 40 minutes but you still couldn't kill it . this watch is going to last forever in the physical universe coz plastic is infinite . have it since 10 years , replaced the battery thrice , its still on . talk of standing the test of time itself .
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