For those using the Model S countdown in your signatures, they should have changed over to counting down hours and minutes by now:
The countdown is naturally set for the deliveries today @ 3:30 Pacific. After that, your signatures should automatically switch over to something like this if you've specified your sig/p and number:
It's very unlikely that anyone using these sigs are actually getting their Model S today, so you may still want a countdown. I kept meaning to build a page that makes it easy to "build" a signature, but haven't gotten around to it. The good news though is that you can override the date by just adding time=UNIX_TIMSTAMP to the end of the url. So for example, if you were me, and you were getting sig #532 and expecting it let's say, late August, your image URL might look like this:
which would produce:HTML Code:[IMG]http://www.teslacountdown.com/models/badge/s/532?size=small&time=1345435200[/IMG]
(set for August 20th as a guesstimate).
If you were say, GG and had P1620 (I'd guess mid-October) then your link might look like this:
which would produce:HTML Code:[IMG]http://www.teslacountdown.com/models/badge/p/1620?size=small&time=1350273600[/IMG]
(set for October 15th as a guesstimate - sorry for the number shock GG!).
I know of very few people able to calculate the seconds from December 1970 until a specific date in their head, so you'll probably want to use a site like this to grab the time: Epoch Converter - Unix Timestamp Converter
Apologies on the hassle, and I'll try to whip something up to make it easy next week time permitting
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