The original HyperCard Speaking Clock and its derivatives can no longer be run with modern computers, unless you have an emulator. I am considering re-engineering but this is time-consuming, and the following represents, currently, where I'm going with this work. I would like to make many more clocks over time.
The new clock, using the same supply text, is called the Epigraphic Clock. It spells the time in a slightly different way and it is still a work in progress. A Processing applet version of this clock is linked below.
I'm working to add audio to the sketch, but this may take some time.
Download a runnable java jar file for Epipgraphic Clock
The first working version of the Epigraphic Clock was installed for the Brown University, Student Creative Arts Council Spring Festival, Apr 29-30, 2011, in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts.