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Welcome
My name is Anders Gustafson. I am a software developer interested in mathematics, time handling and maps.
Nemo nisi mors is Latin for Nothing, except death (will do us part) and is my philosophy of life.
In the different areas of Nemo Nisi Mors (NNM) you can also find:
 My guiding principles.
 An appreciated and comprehensive compilation with my thoughts about the complexities and ambiguities of using time zones, 12hour clocks and different date formats. One of the many things discussed is if you unambiguously can know if a time you see is the correct time for the location on Earth where you are at the moment. Some of the peculiar quirks that you will learn about.
 My experiences from using timestamps.
 Use current time or constant time when you want to inform about the correct time.
 A math section, with some educational pages. For example,
 an interactive animation of the unit circle, that can be really helpful in understanding how sine and cosine waves are created.
 an interactive animation of how a clock angle relates to a hand in an analog clock.
 a playground for integers, where you can examine integer properties and learn more about the interesting relations between integers.
 Do the math will help you examine and calculate properties for list of integers.
 examining some of the interesting properties of the beautiful and mesmerizing Pascal's triangle.

Some (hopefully) useful and educational applications
 NNM Time zones.
 NNM Meeting time across time zones.
 NNM Clock, with the proofofconcept The wall of time.
 NNM Orienteering Analyzer.
 NNM Mastermind.
 NNM Map Viewer.
 NNM Morse code.
 NNM Sudoku Magic.
 NNM Pace Calculator.
 The NNM Web component library, a collection of various web components (custom elements), containing especially the following:
 A Roman numerals converter.
 My love, Ingmarie Nilsson.
 Elvira, the cat.
The easiest way to contact me is by sending an email to
andersatnemonisimorsdotcom
Nemo nisi mors!