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Friday March 18, 2005
04:39 AM

Have a nice 1111111111 day

[ #23711 ]
That'll be today.

I first noticed that about 6 months ago, when I was thinking (just for fun) on logic bombs and came up with this one:


Nothing really fancy there :-)

Move along now :-)

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  • Fun! Thank you !

    The folks over at /. [] picked up on this too. (And got rather silly, as expected. PerlMonks act as if Y2K didn't happen because of the hype, instead of not happening because we fixed it first, which bugs me, but...) I rather liked their suggestion [] of celebrating Fibonacci [] day this summer, rather than waiting for the octal [] date or 1234567890 []. However in Network standard byte order, "BILL" o'clock is coming up soon, I like that, followed shortly by "Bill" o'clock.

    $ perl -le 'for (qw{BILL B

    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;