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What is an SE “day”? When does each day start?
Consecutive days problem #97?

Just asking if any one has seen this error before?

For me, during weekday I use my work machine to log in to Stack Overflow and during the weekend, I use my own laptop to log in.

I'm pretty sure that I did log in to Stack Overflow over the last weekend but when I go to work today and log in to SO with my work machine, it shows a record that I didn't log in to SO on the last Saturday and Sunday!

I have no problem with that, just want to report the system's error if it really exists!

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marked as duplicate by jonsca, Toon Krijthe, ChrisF, waiwai933, ЯegDwight Oct 8 '12 at 9:08

This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.

Days are counted using UTC (GMT). This may cause strange behaviors when you are living somewhere other than Europe.

Specifically, you may "run over" a day without noticing, because the beginning of a Stack Exchange day is not aligned with the beginning of a day in your country.

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In fact days are counted using UTC which is somewhere in Europe! Your second sentence is, however, correct. – ChrisF Oct 8 '12 at 8:43