With permission. Thanks! (I made formatting changes)
The basic idea is to call up a terminal whose title is the current date and time. Think of it this way.. I don't need to have a clock staring me in the face all the time, so I just need to bring it up occasionally and then dismiss it, and so I don't need to worry about fancy things like it staying updated.
For reasons which ought to be obvious, this Windows 3.11 update project is dead.
- (date not recorded) After this, I used Windows 9x
A keygrabber which can do various things based on key combinations. You don't need to bother with Blackbox as your window manager if you don't want.
.bbkeysrc has some configuration notes.
A windows program to update dynamic DNS services.