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The dial of a sundial is equivalent to a 24 hour clock face. Sundials track the motion of the sun, so noon and midnight appear directly opposite each other on the face. The equatorial dial on this polyhedral sundial is marked with all 24 hours (1..12, 1..12). It was made by Hans Koch in Munich in 1578. The original is in Munich.

The dial of a sundial is equivalent to a 24 hour clock face. Sundials track the motion of the sun, so noon and midnight appear directly opposite each other on the face. The equatorial dial on this polyhedral sundial is marked with all 24 hours (1..12, 1..12). It was made by Hans Koch in Munich in 1578. The original is in Munich.

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MINIMAL SWITCH blog by @Patty Golsteijn   • How to prevent running out of time with your projects • [1] before saying 'yes', write down all necessary tasks for 1 project [2] next to each task, write the estimated time to complete it + calculate total [3] double that time [4] repeat steps 1 to 3 for your other projects; allow time for personal stuff and unexpected time delay [5] say 'no' if amount of work doesn't fit in your planning or propose alternatives (smaller size, work together in a…

MINIMAL SWITCH blog by @Patty Golsteijn • How to prevent running out of time with your projects • [1] before saying 'yes', write down all necessary tasks for 1 project [2] next to each task, write the estimated time to complete it + calculate total [3] double that time [4] repeat steps 1 to 3 for your other projects; allow time for personal stuff and unexpected time delay [5] say 'no' if amount of work doesn't fit in your planning or propose alternatives (smaller size, work together in a…

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