Apple’s “Spring Forward” Update

With the US Congress’ 2005 ruling that daylight savings time should start three weeks earlier and end one week later taking place this year, DST has become the new Y2K. Apple just pushed out a system update that includes adjustments for these changes. I’ll let ITWorld give you the boring text; I’ll give you a pretty picture instead:

Mac OS X Software Update window showing Daylight Savaings Time, security and Java updates.

Oh, yeah — there’s also a security update, as well as a Java update. Mind you, I already got my Java update — it’s called Ruby.