We had a reader ask about the screensavers in last week’s Inspiration story. The digital clock is by the clever people at 9031 and can be downloaded here. I’ve also included Amy’s roundup of other desktop clocks that we ran last year.
1. Swiss Railway Clock This animated screensaver drew its inspiration from the easy-to-read face of the clocks that keep time in more than 3,000 train stations throughout Europe. Get it: CNET
2. Real Simple‘s Clock Screen Saver Designed by Alan Dye, this colorful clock celebrates the tenth anniversary year of Real Simple magazine. Get it: RealSimple.com
3. Blu Dot Desktop Clock This timepiece takes up one inch of your computer desktop, displaying a different image for every minute of the day (if you’re doing that math, that’s a total of 720). Get it: Blu Dot
4. Word Clock British digital designer Simon Heys programmed this typographic screensaver to tell time by highlighting appropriate words as each second passes. Get it: simonheys.com
5. PolarClock The bright hues of these concentric circles adjust their length as time marches on. Get it: blog.pixelbreaker.com
Images linked to their sources within the numbered text