Apple's home page.
Apple's better home page.
The UTex archive site.
Adam (and Tonya?) Engst call Anarchie 1.31 "among the most useful Internet tools available for the Macintosh."
AutoClock 1.3.1 does pretty much what you want. Part of it runs like SetClock (calling in to the USNO to check your time), and it does it automatically on a regularly scheduled basis, too. AutoClock also keeps a log of all the corrections obtained when it called in to the USNO, and calculates the drift rate of your Mac clock. It then can be set to correct your Mac clock, so it will be accurate within about 1 second during the time between calls, assuming your Mac clock drifts at a constant rate. The only thing it won't do is use your SetClock logs. AutoClock keeps its own logs. You should have enough data to do a reasonably accurate correction after about a week. AutoClock is at sumex-aim. But it fails miserably on my Q840 with the GeoPort telecom adaptor/Express Modem because it "can't dialog with your Hayes compatible modem". I checked archie for a newer version, but no luck.
Maybe 7.5 fixes this ...To capture sounds of a "regular" CD on a Mac, you need: Apple's CD300 (or the built-in 300i) QuickTime 1.6 or newer lots of disk space to hold the resulting "movie" files MoviePlayer (NOT Simple Player) -- and -- TURN OFF VIRTURAL MEMORY!