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Daylight saving time always causes a pretty sudden shock to our internal clocks, but if you’ve every wondered exactly how much it changes things, cartographer Andy Woodruff created an interactive map that shows just how many sunless evenings (and mornings) you get. Read more...
How many early sunrises does your region get?
Keith Collins for Quartz made an interactive that showed how much more daylight you get because of Daylight Saving Time. But it was generalized to a single location. Andy Woodruff… Tags: Andy Woodruff, daylight saving
Morning sky looking north-east as seen from Adelaide at 5:00 am local daylight saving time on Wednesday November 18 and Thursday November 189 showing Jupiter, Mars and Venus near Leo, with the Leonid Meteor shower radiant indicated with a starburst. Show More Summary
The holiday blues started when those first Christmas decorations appeared in the stores in August. That was followed by the change in Daylight Savings Time; a mean trick contributing to depression (no sunlight left after the typical workday). Now many people are facing the holidays alone and crawling deeper into their sadness. How can we help?
tl;dr version: just scroll down and play with the map. If you’re on Facebook or Twitter or really are any person in America with friends who say things, you hear it twice a year, in March and November: “LIFE IS THE WORST WHY DO WE HAVE TO CHANGE THE CLOCKS WE SHOULD GET RID OF […]
Each year, a few familiar touchstones mark the passage of fall: trees shedding their leaves, the end of Daylight Saving Time and the ritual cancelation of broadcast's lowest-rated new shows. Yet for the first time in more than 15 years, the networks made it to November without pulling the plug on a single new series. Show More Summary
Do you feel like your always running behind? Like you don’t have enough hours in your day? And what about daylight savings time? Did that completely mess you up? I can’t get used to it. We ADDers have trouble with time and with managing it. We think we have more of it than we do. […]
Daylight Savings Time is over, which means that night comes at 4 PM these days, which in turn means that 500,000 Americans will be sinking under our blankets and into our seasonal affective disorder soon. We will also be engaging in the ritual of indulging our completely unnecessary, sun-affected sadness by playing sad, …
It's been nearly a week since daylight saving time ended and most of us rolled our clocks back an hour, and as usual, a certain segment of the population was like, "Oh HELL yeah!" while another, more dependents-heavy segment of the population...Show More Summary
When an exhausted reader wonders what the benefits of Daylight Saving Time really are, Umbra sets the record (and the clock) straight.
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The calendar says it's supposed to be the first week of November, but it kind of feels like New York fell into a seasonal-affective hyperloop when Daylight Saving Time ended, sending the city back to the warm, short-sleeve days of September for good. Winter hats, which usually begin appearing around now, are... More »
Sunday’s poll was a chance to compare to the nearly identical poll last March. This 2nd time a greater percentage are willing to do away with Daylight Saving Time. Q: Is Daylight Saving Time Still Necessary? No 32 [71.11%] Yes 9 [20%] Neutral 3 [6.67%] Unsure/No Opinion 1 [2.22%] While we’re...
Since America collectively participated in the ritual known as Daylight Savings Time on Sunday, the sun has been going down earlier, and it can feel like all there is ahead is months of chilly darkness, snow-damp socks, and seasonal affective disorder. Show More Summary
If you were in a bad mood yesterday, do not be alarmed: It was a combination of the transition from daylight saving time and the weird weather we’re having. Everyone was irritable, and you should feel somewhat comforted by the fact that you were far from alone in your annoyance. If you’re in a bad […]
We're eight weeks into the 2015 NFL season. The calendar has turned to November, and daylight saving time has come and gone. To this point in the 2015 campaign, some things have proceeded just as we thought they would. The New England Patriots are very good. Show More Summary
Today started at 4:19am when the baby started crying. Whoever thought up the concept of daylight savings time did not consider the havoc it would wreak with children. At 4:45am, it became very clear that my time in bed was over and off I went to start my day. Mr. Prevention offered to get up... Read More »
As Americans turned the clock back once again, the benefit of Daylight Saving is coming into question