What Sound Does Your Alarm Clock Make?

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I’ve been using FriendFeed to connect with my friends, and make new ones. I also love using it to discover new links that I may not have seen otherwise. There are a ton of different perspectives on just about anything you can think of. One of the recent threads there was a link to a very cool online alarm clock. Kuku Klok is the online alarm clock that is designed to wake you up.

Set the time you want to be woken up. Choose from one of four sounds, and turn up your speakers. The best part is, once it is set, the alarm clock will still go off on time, even if your Internet connection goes down. Once you’ve made your selections, just click the “set alarm” button. This is a good way to make sure you get up on time. It can be used in addition to, or in place of, a traditional alarm clock. It’s very useful and handy, for sure.

If anyone else has a good, simple website that does one thing… and does it very well… I want to hear about it!


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5 thoughts on “What Sound Does Your Alarm Clock Make?”

  1. My bfriend connected computer to TV so we’ve been using online alarm clocks lately.

    I tried kuku, onlineclock and sleep.fm. Im digging sleep.fm for now as it wakes me up to my local weather forecast..told me it was snowing a few days ago…

    I <3 snow


  2. Vibrating clock is perfect for people who like to wake up to soft sounds and not shrill noises. The ShakeAwake vibrating alarm clock has a self-contained battery and advanced design and is a calmer and better way to greet the day.

  3. http://www.geocities.com/vinodtandon/cac/ – College Alarm Clock has been my alarm clock for years now. Its an awesome little program that lets you pick a file on your computer to open up automatically at a certain time. You can test the settings to make sure its going to run properly, and you can see a countdown of when its going to go off so that you ensure you set it for the right time. So my alarm noise is usually an mp3.. However — I can easily save an internet link shortcut, and have that shortcut file set as the ‘program’ to go off at zero hour [should I decide that I want a youtube video of something to wake me up, for example]

    It also has savable schedules so you can create and load a weekly schedule of alarms that need to go off at certain hours of the day all the time.

    Its very awesome, and its extremely tiny too. No big installation packages or creating of new directories in any drives. Just an itty bitty executable. 🙂

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