On Thu, 22 Dec 2016 17:24:53 +0000, Adrian Caspersz
>Full story: <http://www.space.com/33361-leap-second-2016-atomic-clocks.html>
> Revelers will get to celebrate New Year's Eve for a tiny bit longer
>than usual this year.
>A "leap second" will be added to the world's official clocks on Dec. 31
>at 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds Coordinated Universal Time (UTC),
>which corresponds to 6:59:59 p.m. EST; the clocks will read 23:59:60
>before ticking over to midnight. The goal is to keep two different
>timescales in sync with each other. ....
>I read that and immediately wondered if interpreting 23:59:60 was, er,
>Resolve Leap Second Issues in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
I know a excellent safe, secure and free program that will
correct that. In an email attachment soon in everyone's inbox, or in a
link on their social media.
Just click on it or download and install.
PS a lot of fools will.
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