From Jon Brown Designs:
This widget allows you to input any date past or future and it will tell you what day of the week it was or is on. Great for planning events or trips, also to satisfy your curiosity what day was the birth of Christ or exactly what day did WWII break out on you can find it all out here!
What's new in this version:
- Convert Dates to Days.
- Improved clean design.
- More Stable Performance.
- Greater Stability with OSX Tiger
- Update Checker Included.
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