Binary Days

According to the all-knowing Twitter-verse, yesterday (10 October 2010) was binary day. If you ignore the “20” part of “2010”, the numerical date (10-10-10) is a binary number. In fact, it is the binary representation of the decimal number 42, which some nerds find particularly relevant for some reason[1]. Continue reading “Binary Days”

Laying the Smacketh Down

Wherein:

  • A = Awesome
  • Jane Austen Novels = A
  • Fight Club = A

Therefore, Jane Austen Novels x Fight Club = A2.

That’s right, an exponential expansion of awesome.


Set Theory

That should have been the title.

All the Girls by Randall Munroe (http://xkcd.com/770/)