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Obviously it is undesirable to have to change the clocks all on
the same day twice a year. It causes far too much congestion
and logistics. The answer as I am sure we all agree is to do it
gradually. One way to do this is to do it person at a time,
according to some kind of personal biometric.
The more of
this quantity, the earlier you get to change every single
bloody beeping technological thing in the house. As for which
biometric key to measure the value of, I would suggest
starting with ego.
||This is what I don't understand about clocks. They
are supposed to be good at keeping time - it's their
only job, the one that they were designed for. But
we are perpetually having to tell _them_ what the
correct time actually is. If anything should know for
itself when the time changes, it's a clock.
||Well most of ours do, as a few years ago I changed all the
clocks we have for radio-controlled clocks that change on
the time signal from somewhere that used to be Rugby.
hardship comes from all the things that aren't clocks but
have a timekeeping feature (or bug) built in, but without
sufficient intelligence or completion of design to do the
||Cameras, for example, are the prime culprits.
||//radio-controlled clocks// That's exactly the
||// all the things that aren't clocks but have a timekeeping feature (or bug) built in, but without sufficient intelligence or completion of design to do the change itself. //
||I'm in. Oh wait, that was my egoistic self talking. You first,
||I already have my own standard time.
Everything is now, and everything else feels like just-the-other day.
Sometimes can't recall what month it is.