Just curious as to what the reasoning behind making the time stamps for the questions and answers in UTC instead of localizing the time for the client.
I do realize it's easier to store the value in UTC. But, I would guess most of us think in local time and showing the date and time of the post isn't as meaningful if it's in UTC, having to do a conversion each time we see it.
I think it would be more useful and intuitive if it showed "answered Jul 2 at 15:38 EST" where EST is the viewer's local time zone.
It's possible I'm just not Skeet enough to think in Coordinated Universal Time. (Skeet is an adjective as well as a verb, right?)
EDIT: As noted by me and others, perhaps defaulting to UTC, but allowing a user to select a different timezone in their profile would be a reasonable request.