For the Unix geeks in the crowd….
As of 6:31:30PM ET this afternoon it will officially be 1234567890 Unix time, which started at zero and has been counting seconds since the stroke of midnight on January 1, 1970, not counting leap seconds. In case you’ve got other plans and can’t celebrate the milestone, I’ll see you December 22, 2282 at 3:13:30PM ET for the celebration of 9876543210.
See this article from Wired for more details, or better still visit 1234567890day.com.
Carmella and I saw a really good movie about the Holocaust last night. The Counterfeiters covers the activities of a special counterfeiting unit set up at a Concentration Camp. Not sure how Carmella got this into our Netflix queue, but I’m very glad she did! Btw, this edition has English subtitles.
Have you ever Googled your name to see what comes up? Wonder how the links are found, and why they are presented in a certain order? Here is a good article from Julia Angwin of the Wall Street Journal explaining how to improve your search results.
This is a compilation of ads showing off the skills off NFL players. The idea is to get people interested in playing Fantasy Football, thus the tag line “Pick Me”. Its incredible how the players get these done. I wonder how many takes each had to make. Anyway, check it out here!