Congress passed the law after deciding that an early evening daylight would translate into energy savings, so this is my geeky reminder that DST begins Sunday at 2 a.m.
In order to be on time come Sunday, everyone must remember to set their clocks forward one hour.
The new change means some computer clocks set to change at the traditional daylight savings time will all be an hour off until you check for updates or update them yourself.
According to the AP, the problem won't show up only in computers. It will affect plenty of non-networked devices that store the time and automatically adjust for daylight saving, like clocks and BlackBerrys. Need help
For more resources, check out Techie Diva's Early Daylight Savings Guide