Winding Back the Clocks
The first week in November marks the end of a long, twisting road. Oh, right, and the elections are next week, too.

The longest Daylight Saving period in American history ends Sunday, Nov. 1, when all states except for Hawaii, most of Arizona, and parts of Indiana will dial back the clock one hour. In optimistic lingo, that's an "extra hour" to sleep, fill out that absentee ballot, and enjoy other lazy Sunday activities.

That should end impatient searches demanding to know "when is daylight savings" (+654%) and "when does daylight savings time end" (+358%). Oregonians have been particularly insistent about seeking out that the extra hour online—perhaps prompted by older electronic devices which prematurely set clocks back last weekend.
Read more here.

"We burn daylight." ~ William Shakespeare, "The Merry Wives of Windsor", Act 1 scene 4 English dramatist & poet (1564 - 1616)
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Comment by Sally Raade on October 30, 2008 at 8:34pm
Wow, I miss daylight saving time. I'm In Hawaii now ...we don't join this process. So....
I'm thinking that people on Sat. night will have 1 extra hr to hang out...

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