Re: Cu time diff

K. Starr (wizzard@icanect.net)
Wed, 19 Feb 1997 14:27:54 -0500


>Hi all, Sorry, but if it's ok, I have an abstract question on Cu-seeme?=20
>
>I am trying to connect with a girl from Aussy. (Australia)
>She insists the time difference is 16 hours (backwards)
>So if it's 5 pm her time, then counting backwards it should be 1 am here on
>the east coast (USA). =20
>Yet the email we received to each other keeps writing just after the date
>and time, +1100. does this mean we add 11 hours? When she commnicates with=
a
>friend in Canada, they are 16 hours (daylite savings time) difference.=20
>Thanks very much.
>Doug
>
>
(1) The correct figure IS 16 hours. (15 hours when U.S. is on daylight
savings time)

(2) Make sure the direction is right. ADD 16 hours to the U.S. east coast
time to get the correct Australian time. For example, 12 noon EST today in
the U.S. is 4 AM *tomorrow* morning in Australia. 12 noon tomorrow in
Australia is 8 PM tonight on the U.S. east coast.

So, anyway you cut it, *someone's* going to lose sleep over this! <G>

Regards,

Kent Starr
aka Wizzard=A9
mailto:wizzard@icanect.net