Apple's trouble with daylight savings time appears to be popping up again. According to AppleInsider, a number of iOS 7 users whose clocks turned back an hour overnight are seeing the time

I did the thing this morning. I woke up, looked at the clock, saw that it was time to get up, jumped out of bed even though the alarm on my phone hadn't gone off yet, started turning lights on, remembered daylight savings, checked the time on my phone

The end of daylight savings time means that we all get an hour back this weekend, so it's easier to appreciate the semiannual ritual of adjusting our clocks during this time of year. In the spring, when we set our clocks one hour ahead, losing an hour

Quartz has been inundated with responses (and some hate mail) to my piece yesterday about getting rid of Daylight Saving Time in the US and putting the country on two zones, one hour apart. There were some trends among the questions, most of which 

Quartz has been inundated with responses (and some hate mail) to my piece yesterday about getting rid of Daylight Saving Time in the US and putting the country on two zones, one hour apart. There were some trends among the questions, most of which 


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