Don't forget to turn back your clocks before heading to bed tonight as daylight savings ends overnight at 2 a.m (unless of course you're reading this from Arizona or Hawaii). Your computer may have already tried to drop the hour a week ago--some systems haven't made the adjustment since Daylight Savings was extended by two weeks last year. The change tonight means it's also the night the fire department recommends that you replace the batteries on that smoke detector that's been chirping for the last two months. This year the International Association of Fire Fighters recommends going an extra mile and changing to a photoelectric smoke alarm if you still have an ionization alarm. In any case, enjoy the extra hour of sleep.
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