#042 the great comparison
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the great comparison
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To each one what he likes the most, I guess :)
I had my first encounter with the new ING-clock model at congress (yes, I did not make it up), and disliked it immediately. Not only it has lost its personality - I prefer a bad one more than none at all - but to set it, you needed assistance of at least two people especially lectured on the subject of setting those little software wonders... and the "beep" sound they make when you push them was driving me crazy more than the ticking of chess clocks ever managed to.
I met loads of people who prefer chess clocks the most, but I can't help disliking them. They are... suspicious. Somehow.

Kind of flipchart-style-ish strip, but I like it a lot. I know it's unusual, but I always wanted to try! Thanks for bearing with me and my artistic experiments ^_^
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Name_symbol mike <2011-06-05 06:11>
  im sure if one looks hard enough, a model can be found that gives "the best of both worlds".
Name_symbol Jonathan <2010-12-05 23:25>
  Chess clocks all the way...digital chess clocks.

(actually, any chess clock is better than an ing-clock, imho. There is no "feel" in an ing-clock)
Mail_symbol Name_symbol Lazy Buddha <2010-02-12 11:45>
  So funny, because we use chess clocks at our local club >_<
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