This cruft algorithm captures a sample of the sky over Southern Ohio. This is accomplished by downloading a still image from a webcam once every hour. A small section of the sky is selected from the image and pasted into a grid containing 23 previous samples. The tiles are arranged from left to right, and top to bottom with the most recent sample in the upper left hand corner, while the oldest sample is in the lower right hand corner. A complete 24 hour period is presented displaying simultaneous snapshots.