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2 November 2013

Only a public service announcement (of the most significant kind) would oblige us to interrupt either of our weekends. But we have a pressing one: the end of Daylight Saving Time (for those of us under its thumb) at 2 a.m. tomorrow. Which instantly becomes 1 a.m. again.

You gotta love it.

Fortunately our computers are smart enough to set themselves. But that's about it. The rest require "intervention," as surgeons like to call it.

After many years of experimentation, we've settled on changing all the clocks when making the rounds before retiring on Saturday night. We count our blessings the old VCR has been retired, but there's still the toaster oven, the microwave, the oven, the kitchen clock (why four clocks in one room?), the assorted clock/radios, the shop clock, the atomic clock in the bunker and the clock in the car before we can hit the sack.

Guess which one we still manage to forget. Right, the clocks in our cameras. Hence this public service announcement. Set the clock in your cameras for the end of Daylight Saving Time tonight.

If you didn't get this notification in time, you can always use our free Photo Time Machine to set things right. We're here to help, after all.

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