Today, or maybe yesterday, that weird clock funkiness known as Daylight Saving appears to have happened. Normally I don’t care about things of the sort, clocks just magically update around me cause they’re always on phones or computers. But this time apparently someone decided to change the way time works. I hear it was the government. That fits with my understanding of how things work, so I’m going to roll with it.
However today my phone and my computer said different things. Disturbing. Cause if you can’t trust your electronics who can you trust? It appeared that my computers were right, but my phone was wrong. I was pretty sure I had patched up my phone with this Daylight Saving Time patch from Nokia. So why was the time off? I went looking for the patch, but I couldn’t find it. Apparently I wasn’t the only one looking for it. I grabbed the patch from other places, but I was right, it was already installed on my phone. So I canceled the install and just rebooted my phone. And then the time was right.
So… is that good or bad? Do I want the time right, or do I not want a patch installed that Nokia has pulled from their site for some reason? I’m not against living on the edge and all, but I am kinda curious which edge it is that I’m pushing. Odd huh?