Welp it's been a good run. Nice work humanity, you produced a lot of cool stuff on the internet. But now that ghostsingles.com is live there isn't much else to do. Time to learn how to rock climb or read War and Peace.
December 12, 2012 is an extremely special date! It's the last major numerical date of this century. There was 01-01-2001, 02-02-2002 and so on—until today. There's no 13th month, so there's no way this will happen again until the XXII century.
We're not the first to experience 11.11.11. Hell, we didn't even experience the best 11.11.11 (that honor goes to the plague-infested, castle dwelling, sword fighting dolts of 1111 A.D.). So what did the NY Times have to say back in 1911?
These days, science can back anything, huh? Like this crazy list of "scientific tips" that'll improve your dating life:
The weekend after Thanksgiving/Black Friday is definitely relaxing but also a little boring. But it's not the most boring day in the 20th century. That'd be April 11th, 1954. A scientist developed software to determine that as the boringest day ever.
Anyone feeling extra geeky today? Well you should. Today's date, when written in a six digit format (MMDDYY), is a binary style number. Updated.
San Diego, Chicago, Boston... everyone's going to get a ride on the friendly Moonbase robot Gerty (voiced by Kevin Spacey). The indie's trek across the U.S. has begun, with a new list of cities where it's opening soon. [Moon]
Sony Ericsson's upcoming Xperia X1 smartphone is due to go on sale at first in Europe in just 20 days. It'll hit the streets in the UK, Germany and Sweden then, followed by many other countries throughout the remainder of 2008. To "start the countdown" SE will be launching a live global webcast on September 15 at 1PM…