#### What is DeciTime?

DeciTime stands for "*decimal time*", i.e. a representation of the time of day based on decimal units.

Since the old times we are used to the somewhat odd counting with 24/60/60 - the time of day has 24 hours of 60 minutes of 60 seconds.

In my humble opinion, now it's the 21st century and we need a new time!

**With DeciTime, the day has 10 Dours of 100 Dinutes of 100 Deconds.**

Sounds strange, but it is much easier to count in decimal system. Until now, the day has 86,400 seconds. Now it's 100,000 deconds. A simple math shows that the deconds are slightly faster than seconds. Fast times, fast time ;-)

To be honest: I don't believe that the era of decimal time will soon come, but who knows? Maybe you are amongst the first who can count in decimals!

Have Fun,

#### Links

To name the decimal time, Sergey Zaytsev proposed to call it *Dours*, *Dinutes* and *Deconds*, and so do I with his kind permission (See "http://serg.us/dime" for his implementation of a decimal clock).

On Wikipedia there is an article on Decimal Time. You'll learn that it's not a new idea. In China this is used for about 3,000 years (Wikipedia: Decimal Time)

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