> > Mmm, what happens if you do reboots during the hour
> > when the clock has been put back. How does the machine
> > know if this is the first or second time through?
Paul Jakma said:
> a good example of why it's better to have your clock in GMT. :)
But then Windows will mess it up! Ahh, I give up. It
doesn't affect me 'cos I currently don't have
Windows on my home computer.
Mark Moloney said:
> Perhaps it's really just an indication that we should
> abolish the twice-yearly state-enforced jet lag.
The French (who introduced it first of all) are now
talking of getting rid of it.
Right, I'm not posting again. This thread is going well OT
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