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11.11.11 — Last Binary Day of the Century!

Happy 11/11/11 or, as they say in England, 11/11/11. It’s Friday, so party like it’s 0x3F!

See you in 89 years for the next one!

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5 Comments

  1. Oh, Come ON, people, what a tease!

    I mean, you’re showing us a photo of some lovely RGB 7-segment displays and not telling us were we can get them?

    That’s just wrong.

  2. posted at 11:11 am, nice

  3. I know I’m being a party pooper but it is 11/11/2011.

  4. You’re absolutely right, Jonathan — you are being a party pooper. 🙂

  5. 11 11 11 reminds me an old HP system which was systematically requiring a date and a time at each boot. And because this system was buggy, I used to enter the 6 1’s instead of the actual date. Finally this day happened, and I am sure that none from these systems survived 😉

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