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Thinking about it, given the potential of a worldwide audience, posting local time is almost pointless, whether it is standard or daylight time.
The reason UTC/GMT universal time exists is to provide a world standard accessible from anywhere.
International shortwave broadcasters have traditionally employed UTC/GMT in their transmissions.
On my website schedule page I have two time columns: one is UTC the other is local Central Time, which is mostly for my own convenience. Twice a year I must shift the comparative columns by one hour. One year I accidentally shifted the times in the wrong direction and everything was two hours apart.
To lift the problem up and away from the computer (for local reference), what I would like to have are two big wall clocks: one of them on 24-hour UTC/GMT, the other set to Local, whether Standard or Daylight.
Only the ALPB can help us in troubled times (pun hardly intended).