Now this sounds really familiar:
Keep staring at a bright source of light in the evening and your sleep cycle gets delayed. You forget to be tired until 3am. Then you wake up at 11am and when the evening rolls around you simply aren’t tired because hey, you’ve only been up since 11am!
Given enough iterations this can essentially drag you into a different timezone. What’s more interesting is that it doesn’t seem to keep rolling, once you get into that equilibrium of going to bed between 3am and 4am you tend to stay there.
And that’s just one of the three reasons mentioned 🙂
Why Programmers Work at Night →
Related to the – in the article – mentioned Maker’s Schedule:
Head code is all gone! →