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March 13, 2009

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srikanth @ 9:15 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1236978917 ) Play

What occasion is being celebrated?

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Cracked by everyone!

Answer:

The UNIX timestamp recently hit 1234567890, and many people partied to celebrate the occasion.


17 Responses to “Obsessed with our opposable thumbs”

  1. username
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    unix time party or 1234567890 day

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_time


  2. p vs np
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    1234567890 Day, celebrated to cherish 1234567890 seconds past the Unix epoch being spent away on the face of the earth.
    It was celebrated on Feb 13,’09 .


  3. Ananth
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    unix epoch time 1234567890… not too long ago.


  4. At 23:31:30 UTC on February 13, 2009, the Unix time number reached 1,234,567,890 seconds.
    Party like its 1234567890!


  5. sand

    unix nerds celebrate 1234567890 day which marks 1.2 billion seconds of the unix clock since it started in 1970.


  6. Unix time being 1234567890 seconds on Feb. 13, 2008.


  7. anirudh patil

    1234567890 seconds since June 1 1970???


  8. shrik
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    Based on the pic, I would say 1234567890 Day, to celebrate when Unix time hit that number.

    The subject line points to Darwin Day though? Is it because the two were a day apart? So the answer is really a party to celebrate both?


  9. The unix time_t variable became 123456780..It happened on friday the 13th feb 2009


  10. unix epoch timestamp celebration


  11. Ps

    The moment when UNIX timestamp reached 1234567890


  12. Ps

    nice timing btw.. it was exactly a month ago :D


  13. Raghuvansh
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    1234567890 Day, the day when unix time reaches exactly that many seconds from January 1, 1970?

    If so, major geekance!


  14. Mitesh

    Celebration when the Unix computer clocks reached the time of 1234567890 on Friday the 13th!


  15. Prasad

    Epoch/unix timestamp hitting 1234567890 on feb 13th?


  16. Neeraj

    February 13, 2009 on Unix time. Im back!!(projects permitting)


  17. Siddharth Jain
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    Unix time reaching 1234567890 seconds


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