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Spring Ahead, Fall Behind …

Most of U.S. gains an hour of sleep this weekend

Your scheduling systems (personal and otherwise!) should be updated as needed this weekend to reflect the end of daylight time.

Clocks in most of the United States will be set back an hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday Nov. 7.

We move them forward again on March 13, 2011.

Many countries observe various forms of “summer time,” though the dates of the change vary. Some parts of the United States, including Hawaii and Arizona, don’t participate in the program.

Wikipedia offers a list of daylight saving time practices around the world.