Managing two or three time zones in your head should be easy, but the brain just doesn't seem to like living in more than one place. Every Time Zone helps make sense of the time and date anywhere in the world.
Take it from the editor who lives in EST, writes for PST, and has tried every trick in the book to try and make the difference into a simple maths trick, mnemonic or other "simple" mental device. Every so often, your brain refuses to believe that 2pm in Los Angeles is really 5pm in New York, and you need to double check — to say nothing of knowing if it's today or yesterday in the Czech Republic.
Head to the easily remembered URL, and Every Time Zone instantly loads your current local time, then runs a line through major cities in the next 12 time zones out, showing the time, the general time of day, and which day it is. If you're sporting an iPad, Every Time Zone offers an offline mode with a customised home screen icon. Google is still the simple means of checking the time in one place — time los angeles — but Every Time Zone makes greater sense of that time.