Last weekend, Britain and Europe (and several other countries) put their clocks forward one hour. As a result, the usual time-difference between Second Life Time (aka Pacific Time) and that in Europe is now restored, having been an hour less
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Summer Time in the UK and Europe

in Daily Programme

by Elrik Merlin on Monday, 29 March, 2010

Last weekend, Britain and Europe (and several other countries) put their clocks forward one hour. As a result, the usual time-difference between Second Life Time (aka Pacific Time) and that in Europe is now restored, having been an hour less for the past three weeks.

Britain is now one hour ahead of GMT/Universal Time, while Western Europe is 2 hours ahead of UTC. As a result, Second Life Time is now eight hours behind the time in the UK and nine hours behind that in Western Europe.

A further temporal hiccup occurs over the coming weekend, when parts of Australia end their Summer Time.

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