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I use this to know how much time I spent since I last checked my time in on the last todo I worked on.
At the moment if I want to have a precise time instead of "an hour ago" I need to open Chrome Developer Tools, point to the <time> tag, extract the value from data-msec="1455287625000", and do some calculation to get the time from the timestamp.
I even made this ruby script so I can "timeago 1455287625000" and get the actual time.
#!/usr/bin/env ruby puts (Time.now - Time.at(ARGV.to_i/1000)) / 60
Or maybe just add a "title" attribute on the <time> tag so that by hovering we could have the full date and time.
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