Friendly Reminder - Daylight Savings Changes
The biannual changing of the clocks is upon us. Many in North America will
gain an extra hour when Daylight Savings ends November 3rd and time falls back
one hour, meaning you'll have an extra hour to do what ever you wish this
If you have traditional clocks, you will need to reset the time before you head
to bed, or if you like being precise, reset your clocks at 2am Sunday.
Some of the newer electronic clocks have DST functions built into them and
should reset automatically (yet we still cross our fingers).
Those with smart phones, laptops, tablets and other computers, the clocks should
automatically change on those, providing the settings are proper. Most
smart phones are controlled by the wireless provider, while older cell phones are
manually changed. Most automotive clocks are still manual and will also
need manually changed. Business networks will auto sync with their time
servers, so those users won't need to worry.
One note for Apple users - European iOS users are noting calendar issues since
their Daylight Savings conversions.
Read about this issue here
For those that must be on time Sunday morning, we suggest setting a couple different alarm clocks to help mind over matter and allowing the counting of
sheep to continue as normal.