Would you like to have the current date and time listed on each Physics Forums (PF) page? I voted yes in the above poll, because as-is, with the current time not listed on PF, users who are not logged in do not know what current time PF is referring to. And I would also suggest, as a separate suggestion, using the international standard date and time format (ISO 8601) on PF. ISO 8601 is the only international standard date and time format, and is the same for all countries worldwide. It is easily understood worldwide. And it is not biased toward any particular, arbitrary, colloquial, personal preference. The international standard format looks like this: 2011-12-18, 15:40 Z, where Z is an abbreviation meaning UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) time zone. Although any time zone could be listed, UTC is the best default choice for a worldwide web site. The majority of users are browsing without being logged in, which uses the default time zone. Therefore, the current date, time, and default time zone needs to be listed at the bottom (and/or top) of each page, in the default international standard format, when users are not logged in, so users will know what current time PF is referring to, relative to the post time stamps.