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Quite a rare occurrence, but someone appears to have accepted my answer on the exact second of the switchover to the next day (UTC time). It doesn't appear to be related to this question as it was apparently fixed.

Answer accepted at 23:59:59:

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yesterday's view:

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today's view:

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Don't worry about trying to restore the rep - I'm more curious as to why it happened.

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They probably came to their senses and unaccepted the answer. – random Jan 11 '10 at 1:09
If you looked at the link you'd see it's clearly still accepted. – John T Jan 11 '10 at 1:12
It does appear in the graph reputation under your profile reputation tab. Should be clocked under 2010-01-11. – o.k.w Jan 11 '10 at 1:24
Yeah I noticed that too, very odd. I just thought the today and yesterday tabs would read from the database in the same manner, and sort the event by time accordingly. – John T Jan 11 '10 at 1:43

This was completed when we completed:

Midnight comment doesn't belong to either day

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