New Daylight Saving Time: Differences from US to EU and back

As you probably know by now, there will be a significant number of days this year in which the normal time differences between the US and the EU will be different (yep, time difference differences--makes you wish for a Difference Engine--sorry, geek joke).

For example, New York is normally 5 hours behind London. But it will be just 4 hours behind for some days in the Spring, and 6 hours behind for some days in the Fall.

Well, here is a good site for tracking this, and settling arguments with co-workers. It even let's you check the change dates out to 2099.

And for those who want to be really technical, note that EU countries don't change their clocks at 2AM like we do in America, they change them at 1AM Universal Time.

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