3/14 is usually celebrated as pi-day, although it is not recognized as a public holiday (yet). This year, things get a little bit more interesting, as we get two more digits. This happens only once in a century: 3/14/15. Hence, we must celebrate it somehow.

What about, tweeting exactly on 3/14/15 9:26:53? Well, that might be early for a saturday morning (for some), and you might miss the exact second even if you’re online. What if we delegate this celebration to an automated script? That sounds like an idea!

This is the link you should see to learn how to do it. Of all the geeky things you could do, leaving a mark at 10-digits-of-pi-date-time sounds pretty cool, or at least I thought so. “Did you miss the chance to tweet on 11/11/11 11:11:11? Now here’s something new you can’t miss!”

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