Thursday, January 06, 2011

Indiana Time

INx = Indiana Time

Two members of my string quartet live in Indiana, so we always need to be concerned with the time of our various engagements. The other day I got an e-mail message from one of our Indiana members with the abbreviation INx for "Indiana Time."

I assumed that it was standard, but, thanks to a thorough search by my trusty researcher (who is postponing the real work he needs to do), I believe it is possible to suggest that this brilliant abbreviation might be singular.

He suggested I share this on my blog, so here it is.

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