Time, what’s become of you? 2007-10-31 06:49:46 October 30 is ending soon. The dial-up time signal from the Denver Naval Observatory, official NIST U.S. time standard, says it is almost 22:30 right now in the Pacific time zone. This is in accordance withhttp://webexhibits.org/daylightsaving/b.htmlwhich says new legislation made the Daylight Saving Time change occur on October 28 rather than a week later as it has done for years.However, this sitehttp://www.time.gov/timezone.cgi?Pacific/d/-8says the time is an hour later, which is in accordance with the DST change not yet having occurred. Other web sites give the same time.Since I have time critical appointments on the 31th (tomorrow), and have to get up early to meet them, I would like to know what the blankty blank is going on. Of course, other people involved may be as confused as me, so there is no telling who will expect what when, but I would like to now what is “officially” correct so I have half a chance. Has anyone heard anything reasonable?Looks like I read that backwards. The new legislation says the time change now comes on the first Sunday in November. Still, there is an obvious disagreement between what the dial-up service provides, which I’ve used for years with no funny business, and what is posted various places on the internet. Also, turning on the TV to see what is running vs what is listed on the published schedule does not get a match, but I can’t tell why. I'm not less confused now.