Monday, March 14, 2011

It's Pi Day 2011

In yesterday's "Tomorrow is Pi Day (3.14)" I promised to return. Here are a couple Pi Day favs:

pumpkin pi

And another slice:
Happy Pi Day

From Wikihow:
How to Celebrate Pi Day

How old are you in Pi years?

As France 24 put it:
US math geeks fete Pi Day 

From Forbes:

In honor of this most nerdy of holidays, here follows an original “piem,” a poem where the length of each word is the same as the corresponding number in the π sequence.

Now. I, nerd, a dweeb, celebrate in public…

San Francisco's Exploratorium is closed today but they want to see you in 2012:
Founded at the Exploratorium by our own Prince of Pi, physicist Larry Shaw, Pi Day has become an international holiday, celebrated live and online all around the world....
Happy Pi Day
As they say in Europe:

See ya on the Diophantine Approximation
(July 22 in America)