Xeni Jardin at 10:39 am Thu, Mar 14, 2013
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A mathematically bountiful Pi Day to you. Miles OBrien forwards this snapshot, taken just now in the PBS NewsHour kitchen by Colleen Shalby. Rebecca Jacobson baked them. I'm sure they're π-licious.
I count that as 4*pi of pi pie, near January 26.
Hmmm…good point. I was seeing it as 2pi, making it actually tau.
I really hope that, as it appears, one of those is raspberry pi…
Indeed! And delicious.
It’s partially raspberry. It’s raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, and strawberry.
Nice mix! Ever tried a blueberry & peach pie? — much yummm.
How come there are only 2 pies there in that pic? What is this, rounded-down e day or Feigenbaum’s day or something?
Mark your calendars for March,2014= Month of Pi(e)!
I’m always surprised by Pi day being 14th March. I always expect it to be 22nd September, 22/7.
I assume Pi Day originated in the US, where we record dates as Month/Day, instead of the other way around (like the rest of the world).
22nd of July is the alternative pi day for the day/month/year parts of the world.
I cheated: our blueberry pie had the pi cut out….it was the vent hole in the crust. Easy peasy.
I wonder if they had any steak and kidney pee.
Going for an English.
I brought this to work yesterday
I want full nerd cred for making a raspberry pi… http://www.lazybundt.com/blog/2013/3/8/pie-day
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Richard Nixon and his pal RoboCop in 1987. Photo snapped by Chuck Pulin during a charity event promoting the movie's VHS release.
When I was a young naive engineer, I saw this tacked to the beige fabric cubicle wall of an old embittered engineer.
"Mother of Dragons" by Jason Edmiston
Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas, has an exhibition of art inspired by Game of Thrones.
David Pescovitz at 10:19 am Thu, Mar 14, 2013
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