The official Dreamhost blog notes that computers will need to change their algorithms for handling Daylight Savings Time starting in 2007.
I had heard about this change, but hadn’t considered the implications to the computer industry. Not to mention everyone who’s used to their VCRs and PDAs and other electronic gizmos adjusting their clocks for DST automatically, and whose software is unlikely to ever be revved. (Cell phones are less problematic since they seem to already get the local time via a server uplink.)
Next up: Congress passes law instituting a return to the Julian Calendar.
(In case my entry title baffles you, here’s the entry for saving throw.)