Happy Pi Day!
March 14, 2003 9:00 AM   Subscribe

Happy Pi Day! At 1:59 PST, the San Francisco Exploratorium kicks off its Pi Day festivities. If you can't make it, here are more activities or you can just sing a song to ?.
posted by turbodog (12 comments total)
I wrote a Pi day song once... the refrain when you recite the number was a bitch to get through.
posted by KnitWit at 9:11 AM on March 14, 2003

Cross my heart and hope to die /
Here's the digits that make pi /

posted by Ufez Jones at 9:18 AM on March 14, 2003

I'm looking forward to 3/14/15, 9:26:53.589
posted by rschram at 9:20 AM on March 14, 2003

At least it'll be over quick.
posted by yhbc at 9:21 AM on March 14, 2003

How I wish I could recollect pi today ...
posted by CrunchyFrog at 9:22 AM on March 14, 2003

My high school collectively celebrates this day every year. Alumni (mostly those especially close to one or more of our math teachers) make time to come back over their spring breaks to join in. Even considering it's a magnet math and science school, that's pretty damn geeky.

My best friend from said school? She has pi memorized to 1500 digits. She says she's still a "little hazy on the last two hundred." I thought about memorizing e to show her up, but I don't think I have it in me.
posted by nelleish at 9:34 AM on March 14, 2003

beat me to it...
posted by zerofoks at 1:15 PM on March 14, 2003

Believe it or not, we actually celebrated Pi Day today at my work place.

Of course we are all geeks who write and edit curriculum for an education-related company.

We had pizza and cherry pie for lunch.
posted by Artifice_Eternity at 2:43 PM on March 14, 2003

They celebrated Pi Day in my daughter's 6th grade math class. The kids all brought pie and they shared it. That was a lot of pie!
posted by Plunge at 3:24 PM on March 14, 2003

Woo. Go me!
posted by LimePi at 6:50 PM on March 14, 2003

When come back, bring Pi.
posted by cogat at 10:24 PM on March 16, 2003

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