As the unit converter alias was quite handy, I have decided to look into time zone reporting utility.
Unfortunately, there was no command line utility which I could use for that purpose, although there were quite a few sites with that info... Then I got the idea: how about a general scraper that would get that info?
I've found this utility:http://www.webscrape.com/
With this getting an alias was trivial:
1000>>>time>->showmemo Time in $$1:;;;appcapappendmemo C:\Program Files\Internet\PageScrape\pscrape.exe -uhttp://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/results.html?query=$$u1 -e"Current Time.*big>(.*)<">+>time in (.*)
(BTW, how to display the result in a nice format while typing? For now I see the url, which is rather ugly looking...)
However, the potential for this is much greater. Considering that the utility does multiple matching, you can get custom searches, various lookups etc. The page itself lists weather, exchange rates, spelling and thesaurus...
EDIT: Changed the parameter to be URL friendly...