Must have forgotten to wind my iPhone

There’s a nap for that: Apple iPhone users posted complaints on Twitter and on blogs that their smartphones botched the “spring forward” time change Sunday morning, falling an hour back rather than moving an hour forward, causing one person oversleep and miss church and another to nearly miss yoga.

Apple denied there had been a problem and said that perhaps users were not familiar with the iPhone’s new “time warp” app that adds two hours to their Sunday.

Your choice: Yosemite Sam or naked ladies: Boeing announced that it will fly 787 Dreamliners built in South Carolina to a facility in Amarillo, Texas, to be painted with each airline’s livery.

As a bonus, the company will also install mud flaps to the landing gear.

Don’t know much about history: On this day in 1923, President Warren G. Harding became the first chief executive to file an income tax return.

Upon learning Harding was the first to file a return, the IRS immediately ordered audits for the other 27 presidents before him.

Don’t know much about history II: On this day in 1794, Eli Whitney received a patent for the cotton gin.

Whitney celebrated by mixing his cotton gin with some cotton vermouth and dropping in a cotton olive.

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