Today, Indiana joined the rest of the country and “sprang forward” to Daylight Saving Time.
The technology world may be experiencing a few glitches. Anything that’s aware of both location and time may have the wrong time as of today, including many computers. The easiest fix is to change the timezone to New York time, or to Eastern time instead of “East-Indiana” or some such variant.
Surprisingly, Sprint phones don’t seem to be aware of the time change. The update seems to be both late and iffy; my phone still reports the wrong time, while my mother-in-law’s phone has already fixed itself.
Debian 3.1 appears to still have the old timezone information, while testing (“etch”) seems to be correct. I wonder if this isn’t something we should update in stable.