Sites related to Horology, the science and technology of timekeeping. This category includes the theory, the history, the technology, the art and every imaginable aspect of Horology.
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Abbey Clock Clinic - Mark Headrick's Horology Page
Traditional horology website with information and mantainance tips. Technical descriptions and troubleshooting of escapements. Grandfather clocks, wall clocks, and watches.
Allan Variance -- Overview by David W. Allan
Core algorithm of international time scale has multiple metrology applications, from atomic clock frequency characterization to definition of the meter. Equation, explanation and publications.
The Horological Foundation's directory of web sites for watches, clocks, instruments and barometers.
Cumbria Clock Company
Company specialized in all aspects of work connected with church clocks, public clocks, and tower clocks which includes the full historical restoration of antique clock movements.
David Knight - Watchmaker from UK
Articles and pictures of the first two watches made by David Knight. Rich artistic pictures.
Daylight Saving Time
History of daylight saving time and how we use it to save energy.
Functionning of a Simple Mechanical Watch
Explanation of the roles of components of a wristwatch.
Horology - The Index
Horology is the science of time, timekeeping and timekeepers. Organized collection of links to horological websites globally.
How The Days of the Week Got Their Names
A short history of the week and each day of the week.
Leap Year Calculation for Year 2000
A response to a VMS problem report giving a detailed explanation of why 2000 is a leap year.
Mark Frank's Home Page
Website showing the restoration of a French flat bed tower clock in great detail, step by step, as well as other information and links of tower clock sites.
National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors
Organization of watch and clock enthusiasts.
The Smithsonian Institute's exhibition on the changing ways people have measured, used, and thought about time over the past three hundred years.
National chapter of the NAWCC dedicated to collaborative research on the history and horology of pocket watches.
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