I’ve had an idea. First I went here and then I visited stoppedclocks.org, then I remembered humanclock.com.

Then I thought, what if you took a picture of all the stopped clocks in the world and built up a bank of photographs that catalogued all the minutes in the day? Each of the clocks could live again for 60 seconds, as it was delivered to your desktop by the same system used at the humanclock.com site.

We need 1440 stopped clocks, each capturing a different moment. The stopped clocks foundation aim to fix the world’s clocks, let’s record their ailing patients and take a picture before they regain their health.

Over at the MoblogUK site, we have 5; only 1435 left to go.