So, Central standard time is GMT -6, except for when we're observing Daylight Savings Time, in which case it's GMT-5. Only, they don't call it GMT anymore, it's UTC. Exact same thing, they just changed the abbreviation. Because of all this, I've been advertising livestreaming an hour off all summer long.
Well, no more! I no longer trust "GMT-6" as my time zone, and will manually check GMT / UTC / whatever they call it now/ before posting a livestream notice.
So, as far as my flawed human brain can understand it, I will be starting at 5 PM Central Standard Time (Daylight Savings Time) at GMT/UTC -5 on the 14th day of the 8th month of 2012.
Is there a better way of doing this? Some sort of automated thing I could post to indicating the time?
And, should I get a tumblr account?
And what's with the inkbunny livestream thingie that has the incredibly restrictive time period on which you can announce? What's the logic behind that? What if I'm doing a sudden livestream? What if, like now, I'm announcing way ahead of time so people can be prepared? I don't get it.