Posts tagged ‘humor’

Three Jeers! Today is Spam Day!

Spam is more than that delectable luncheon meat made up of unidentified animal parts. It is the term coined to describe the electronic equivalent of postal junk mail.


Continue Reading May 3, 2014 at 12:01 am 3 comments

Everybody Loves Pi (Day)

March 14th is Pi Day! This funny mathematical number was Transcendental before the Beatles found the Maharishi, and more Irrational than Charlie Sheen. Here’s what you can do to celebrate Pi Day!

Continue Reading March 14, 2014 at 12:01 am 6 comments

You might be a Geek if …

We cats like to collect things and this is my favorite collection of “You may be a Geek” jokes from around the world.

Continue Reading July 11, 2012 at 6:40 pm 2 comments

Happy Binary Day!!

For all you computer geeks out there November 11 has a special meaning. For all the other people who are not, it’s Happy Binary Day!

You see, in spite of how smart they seem computers only understand two numbers: 1 and 0. And since computers don’t have fingers, they can only count up to 1. This is called binary counting (or Base 2 for all you math teachers out there).

So the date “11/11/11” is the unofficial Binary Day date. Yes, 10/10/10 was also Binary Day, but you see why it’s “unofficial”.

And remember:
“There are 10 people who understand binary: Those who do and those who do not.


November 11, 2011 at 6:08 am Leave a comment

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