What the daylight saving shift means to you?

The fact that the U.S. is "falling back" a week late has left some folks with a few headaches, along with an unwarranted extra hour of sleep. Daylight saving time, which ordinarily would have kicked in last week, won't take place until next week. Congress is to thank (or blame) for the change, which also […]

The fact that the U.S. is "falling back" a week late has left some folks with a few headaches, along with an unwarranted extra hour of sleep.

Daylight saving time, which ordinarily would have kicked in last week, won't take place until next week. Congress is to thank (or blame) for the change, which also meant daylight saving time started two weeks early. The thing is, computers weren't programmed with legislative intent in mind. Many gadget and software makers have issued patches to adjust to the change, though not everyone has installed the changes, and even people whose systems are now patched could see some calendar items showing up an hour off.

Here's a list of some commonly asked questions and answers regarding the time shift.

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