Clocks in much of the United States ticked ahead one hour last weekend for the new Daylight Saving Time adjustment, which we explored in "" (2007-01-29) and " " (2007-02-19). If some of your devices weren't updated for the change on 11-Mar-07, here are some quick resources to get you back on track.
Mac Updates -- For Macs to deal with the change automatically, make sure to install either  (for Mac OS X 10.4.8; Mac OS X 10.4.5 and later had some, but not all, updated DST info) or  (for Mac OS X 10.3.9), which are available via Software Update and as separate downloads. If you're still using Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar, look to a . Apple also released updates for Java:  and .
Microsoft fixed Entourage 2004's DST handling with the, and a group of anonymous users have contributed  for anyone still running Entourage X.
For other computer- and operating system-related DST patches, check out the links on.
Other Devices -- I own a Treo 650, and in the days leading up to the switchover I was bombarded with email, voicemail, and text messages urging me to upgrade my device. I'm guessing the cellular phone companies did everything they could to alert their customers to avoid a tech-support nightmare.
Patches for some recent Palm OS handhelds and Palm-branded Windows Mobile smartphones are available at.
If you use a Blackberry device, Research in Motion (RIM) has to download and install.
Do you rely on a to record your favorite television programs?  discusses how the time change will affect customers, particularly those who have set up manual recording times on some devices.
Lastly, if you're using an, well, "time" has no meaning while you work at Apple getting ready for that June launch. Don't worry, someone will deal with the DST adjustment and will be bringing emergency food and caffeine soon.