Monday, November 8, 2021
Daylight Savings glitch on Google
"Each year, the majority of the United States moves their clocks back one hour in March to conserve daylight hours and then forward in November, signaling the end of daylight saving time."
Then it linked to a Newsweek article it got the quote from. I was like WTF? What happened to spring forward, fall back? I start looking at other news articles that said the exact opposite. As I was multitasking and wanted a simple answer to a simple question, I was getting frustrated and said which is it? Then I realized the time change happened Saturday night not Sunday night so the computer had already adjusted to the right time. Newsweek was wrong and Google's crawler picked it up. I thought they fixed it this morning but now it still says it and Google cache still has the cached version of the Newsweek article they originally linked to. Bill Gates new definition that claims there are no right or wrong a answers in math. Actually Mr Bill, there is. They just fixed it but the screen shot contains what it said.