Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Happy Pi Day!


...that's actually all I know.

Some brief information on Pi (if you don't know): Pi is the ratio between the circumference and diameter of a circle. As in, if you were to take the diameter of a circle and wrap it around a circle, it would take 3.14 times to create a full circle.

Pi is also involved in pretty much every calculation involved in a circle - area, circumference, and volume (of 3-Dimensional shapes) and is overall quite a useful number.


The really awesome Pi day won't come until March 14th, 2015 (3/14/15). The really really awesome Pi day, however, passed us by years ago - 3/14/1592.

Anyways, I also have a few random, miscellaneous announcements to make: firstly, being that the blog Flurries of Woods made Family History: Part 1 their "Book of the Day."

Secondly, and far less importantly, is that one of my posts made the front page of Reddit's r/askreddit. The post itself? Right here. And no, I've totally NOT been watching "Happy Days" these last few days. NOT AT ALL.

Sunday, Monday, Happy Days....

1 comment:

  1. I'm sorry I missed Pi Day. I like Pi for it's usefulness, great puns and the fact that it doesn't add pounds like cake.