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A New Handy Guide to Global Time Zones

Confused about all those letters in time zone codes? Not sure what BST, EDT or IST stand for, what local time they observe and where they are?

Our freshly designed Time Zone Guide will answer these and all your other time zone related questions. The Guide covers every time zone in the world, is easy to navigate and is mobile friendly. Read more

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Add Calendar Events: New Features

Our Add Events feature has gone through an upgrade, making it even easier to add your events to a PDF Calendar. Now you can see your events in a calendar on the date they happen and assign a color to each event. Get started on making your own Events Calendar

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Do you believe Friday the 13th is an unlucky day?

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  1. Absolutely! I try to stay indoors as much as possible on this day.
  2. Not really, but I don’t do anything important on a Friday the 13th.
  3. Pfft! It's all superstition. It is just a date after all.
  4. 13 is the unluckiest number. I don't like any date with 13 in it.
  5. I love Friday the 13th! I celebrate it as I would do Halloween.
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Time Zone News

▶ March 8, 2015: DST starts in USA & Canada

▶ Brazil ended DST on Sunday, February 22, 2015

▶ Chile abolishes Daylight Saving Time (DST)

▶ New Time Zone in Mexico

▶ Turks and Caicos Islands Will Have Permanent DST


Did you know...

...that 2015 has three Friday the 13ths? That is the maximum number of Friday the 13ths that can happen in one calendar year.

13 facts about Friday the 13th


Tip of the month

If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, springtime is the best time of the year to see zodiacal lights or false dawn.

How to see them


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