I am using an Arduino to prototype a project in which the real time is important. My device has a real time clock and internet access. I have some NTP code I can use to get the current time in GMT and I can apply an offset for the timezone the device is in, so I can set the RTC accurately enough. What I am unclear about is whether summer time applies. How can I know that from within my code?

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Over the summer I started downloading photographs directly to our iPad. In the past I had first loaded them onto our laptop and then transferred them to the iPad. Now, I am wondering if I can take what I first put on the iPad and move them to the laptop. Does anyone regularly do this? Or, do you know if it can be done? Thanks.

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What are the natural disasters that you have to learn to live with in your area? I just moved from the Las Vegas area where we had to live with drought, very high summer temperatures (up to 45 degree C) and the occasional smoke of a far away wildfire. The new area is further north in the mountains near Lake Tahoe. Now I have to learn to live with drought, forest fires that are closer, mountain passes that are closed due to snow, and an occasional mild earthquake.

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The End.