Instead of using a jQuery plugin, you should consider using human_time_diff() that comes with WP.
A related plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/localtime/
As I mentioned in my post at WPSplash, there are few reasons I chose jQuery timeago plugin and modified the wordpress date/time to use relative time based on visitor's timezone.
Sure anyone can use human_time_diff. It wouldn't need a plugin if we had to just use that. The difference here is that the fuzzy date/time here is updating live. "5 mins ago" will be "10 minutes ago" if you have had the page open for 5 minutes.
Similarly, it uses microformats as I mentioned in my post and the original date/time is visible 'on hover' the date. And the time displayed is relative to user's local time and not to whatever the default wordpress timezone is.
I didn't think I would need to explain this more in-depth. Thanks for the feedback.
My appologies for not reading the post first.
The "updating live" feature is really interesting.
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