John.Cowan said: > Another point made in the article, that "GMT" is a conventional name > for the U.K.'s LCT, is all too true.
No, it isn't. > Recently I was to take part in a > teleconference scheduled for such and such a time GMT. Since I live on > a small island off the coast of North America, I am in UTC-4 currently, > and I naively interpreted the time as UTC+0, but in fact UTC+1 (BST) > was meant. Oopsie. The problem here is Microsoft, whose software appears to believe that the current LCT here is "GMT Daylight Time". -- Clive D.W. Feather | Work: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | Tel: +44 20 8495 6138 Internet Expert | Home: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | Fax: +44 870 051 9937 Demon Internet | WWW: http://www.davros.org | Mobile: +44 7973 377646 Thus plc | |