By this point, you hopefully know what time it is. But yesterday, it wasn't quite as simple. Though most Americans follow that "spring forward, fall back" saying to guide their clock-winding for Daylight Saving Time, a recent survey of 1,000 showed that 11% of those surveyed thought they were supposed to turn their clocks forward an hour at 2 a.m. this morning. Another 5% said they just didn't know which way the clocks were supposed to go. But why the need for actual knowledge when your cell-phone just updates for you?

Perhaps because of the confusion, another 45% said that DST just "isn't worth the hassle." They must be from Hawaii or Arizona. But since New York does recognize DST, the FDNY is reminding people to change the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors today. FDNY Chief of Department Edward Kilduff said, "Go home, talk to your mother and your father, your brother and your sister, and make sure the smoke detector works." But first, make sure your clock is accurate. Or you could just show up an hour early everywhere until spring.