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    Happy Pi Day!

    Search engine must on the fritz. I searched 'pi' & 'pie' and came up empty.

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    next year is the good one. 3.1415...

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    Even better, Syn7

    At 3/14/15 9:26 a.m. + 53 seconds, I'll be at Berkeley CMAT. There had better be pie. Or maybe...

    Pi Day: Circle Your Calendar -- Once-in-a-Century Day Coming This Weekend
    Mar 13, 2015, 3:28 PM ET
    By PAUL H.B. SHIN
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    Pi formula is written on blackboard in this undated stock photo.
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    Circle around, math fans. There's a once-in-a-century Pi Day coming this weekend.

    The day that celebrates the mathematical constant pi is Saturday. And because it's 2015, this particular sequence of numbers in the calendar that matches pi -- 3/14/15 -- won't come around for another century.

    While the mathematical constant, which represents the ratio of circumference of a circle divided by its diameter, is often abbreviated as 3.14 for convenience, pi actually has an infinite number of digits beyond the decimal point, starting with 3.141592653.

    So, expect a good deal of celebration at 9:26 a.m. at 53 seconds -- with the pastry pie, for obvious phonetic and geometrical reasons.

    In fact, there will be a point between 9:26 a.m. 53 seconds and 54 seconds that the clock matches the number pi down to an infinite number of digits.

    And as befitting its reputation as an elite institution of math, science and engineering, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced that it will send out its acceptance letters for this year's incoming class on Pi Day, precisely at 9:26 a.m.

    That should round out the day -- at least for those accepted.
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    I dont really kow what this means but I'll just leave it here.

    http://www.tauday.com/

    Also just ordered the Raspberry Pi 2 this week. http://www.raspberrypi.org/raspberry-pi-2-on-sale/

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    Quote Originally Posted by wenshu View Post
    I dont really kow what this means but I'll just leave it here.

    http://www.tauday.com/
    That was Awesome!

    This is something that has always annoyed me. Especially as he says in calculating in radians, I mean why is make one oscillation of a sin wave 2pi?? It makes much much more sense with Tau. But e^itau=1 clinches it. Awesome. I genuinely think there is a really good chance of people actually using this and it becoming standard form. Also what is cool is that the letter Tau looks like the letter Pi with one of its legs cut off!

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    Happy ROUNDED Pi Day!

    Why 'Pi Day' 2016 Is Extra Special
    By ALYSSA NEWCOMB Mar 14, 2016, 9:43 AM ET


    PHOTO: The "Pi" symbol, shown in this undated photo, is a mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circles circumference to its diameter.Getty Images

    Math nerds likely had already circled today on the calendar, but it's worth noting this year's "Pi Day" is a once-in-a-century occurrence.

    March 14 -- or 3/14 -- celebrates the mathematical constant of pi. Pi represents the ratio of circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. While it is often abbreviated as 3.14, pi has an infinite number of digits beyond the decimal point, starting with 3.141592653.

    Pi Day: Circle Your Calendar -- Once-in-a-Century Day Coming This Weekend

    Last year's Pi Day was one to celebrate since it was 3/14/15, perfectly matching the first numbers past the decimal point of pi. Last year, hardcore math fans even started celebrating the day at exactly 9:26 a.m. and 53 seconds. There's a big reason to celebrate this year too -- math enthusiasts are calling today "Rounded Pi Day."

    When rounding pi to the ten-thousandth (that's four numbers past the decimal point), it comes out to 3.1416, matching today's date -- March 14, 2016.

    And if you need any more reason to geek out about March 14, here's one: it's Albert Einstein's 137th birthday.
    Ima gonna get me sum rounded pie.
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    3/14/16 oh yes it was!
    Kung Fu is good for you.

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    Pi Day 2017

    Some Pi Day promotional deals. Sorry, no pi deals at MartialArtsMart.com this year, but we've got some St. Patrick's Day (aside from the premiere of Iron Fist).

    MAR 14 2017, 11:20 AM ET
    Got $3.14? Celebrate Pi Day With Deals on Pizzas, Pies — and Chicken?
    by NICOLE SPECTOR

    You don't need to appreciate mathematic symbols to feel the love on Pi Day. Retailers all over are serving up deals in honor of the ancient number 3.14.

    "March 14 also happens to be Albert Einstein's Birthday (go figure), so social media is having a moment with a lot of punny memes and jokes, and retail is participating by offering deals on merchandise featuring the Pi symbol and deals on food — especially pies or pizza pies with some reducing pricing to coincide with Pi at $3.14," said Brent Shelton, online shopping expert at FatWallet. "Some of the deals are a stretch, but the effort is appreciated by mathematical nerds globally."


    A Pi Day pie. Whitney Hayward / Press Herald via Getty Images

    Keep in mind that your local pizza parlor or bakery may be participating — or snowed in — so definitely check your fave neighborhood spot's website and social media pages.

    Pizza Deals

    Sara Skirboll, shopping and trends expert at RetailMeNot, points to the following pizza deals available this Tuesday on the coupon platform: The national chain Blaze Pizza is selling any pie for $3.14. Founded in NYC, but now sporting over 300 locations, Villa Italian Kitchen is offering full-size cheese pizzas for $3.14 each.

    While not exactly honoring the number of the day, major players Domino's, Papa John's, and Pizza Hut are celebrating Pi Day with their own respective deals. Domino's is giving away a pizza when you buy one at menu price; at Pizza Hut, you can get a medium three-topping pizza for $6, and at Papa John's you can save 25 percent off your regular menu price order.

    Mike Catania of PromotionCode noted that Whole Foods is offering $3.14 off of any large pizza, and that Boston Market is offering a free chicken pot pie with a meal and drink purchase with this printable coupon.

    Hungry Howie's, which has over 550 locations, is offering buyers a medium one-topping pizza for $3.14 with any purchase of its Howie pie. Order online using the promo code 314DAY.

    Stevi B's Pizza Buffet is offering its unlimited pizza buffet for $3.14, down from its usual buffet prices that range from $5.29 to $7.99 for adults and $4.49 for kids. The chain has around 30 locations, primarily in Southeastern regions.

    Shelton noted that Pieology Pizza is offering unlimited toppings for $3.14.

    The fast casual and craft pizza and beer chain Your Pie is touting one of the stronger deals: pizzas, craft beer, and combos for $3.14, a spokesperson for the company confirmed to NBC News.

    Dessert Pie Deals

    Shelton points to Marie Callender's partnership with Andy Cohen and the rolled ice cream experts at 10Below for a "Pi"ce Cream Sundae. Combining Marie Callender's new chocolate chip cookie dough pie with English breakfast tea-rolled ice cream, this original dessert is available exclusively on March 14.

    Grand Traverse Pie Company is serving a free slice of Michigan ABC Pie (made of apples, blueberries, and cherries) with any purchase. The Michigan-based shop with an online store is also inviting fans too submit a video of themselves reciting Pi on the company's Facebook for a chance to win free pie for a year.

    At the Southeastern regional chain Bojangles, buy three sweet potato pies for $3.14.

    Starbucks is giving out free samples of the artisanal hand pies Megpies, and selling them for $3.14, a Megpies spokesperson confirmed.

    Geeky Tees
    Quirky online retailer ThinkGeek is giving away this supremely nerdy Pi shirt for those who spend $31.41 or more. Shelton adds that if you take advantage of this offer, you can get 3.5 percent cash back through Ebates.

    Over at Zazzle, get 14 percent off your oder using the coupon code 314159265358. Hey, some retailers are getting really precise!

    At Spreadshirt, you can find a ton of Pi shirts, and possible markdowns once the day arrives!
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    I thought that squid was real first glance. I don't like squid. To rubbery.

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    RIP Larry Shaw


    By Steve Rubenstein September 18, 2017 Updated: September 19, 2017 3:31pm


    Larry Shaw, who created Pi Day in 1988, led a parade at the Exploratorium every March 14. Photo: Courtesy Of The Family, Handout Photo

    Three-point-one-four was more than a number to museum curator Larry Shaw, who created the offbeat, lighthearted and pizza-infused mathematical holiday known as Pi Day.

    It was Mr. Shaw, a man who loved numbers even more than he loved a slice of pizza, who transformed the endless number into an endless celebration of mathematics, joy and pepperoni.

    Mr. Shaw, who died Aug. 19 at age 78 in a Petaluma assisted-living residence from complications of Alzheimer’s disease, was the technical curator at the Exploratorium science museum in San Francisco. In 1988, during a staff retreat, he came up with the idea to link the digits of pi, which begins 3.14, with the date March 14.

    At first the event was celebrated only by Exploratorium staff. But great ideas have a way of catching on and, before long, Pi Day was a fixture and a public celebration at the museum, and then by math lovers everywhere. It didn’t hurt the cause, he often said, that March 14 also turned out to be the birthday of Albert Einstein.

    For 38 years, Mr. Shaw would don a red cap emblazoned with the magic digits and lead a parade of museumgoers, each of them holding a sign bearing one of the digits of pi. Off they would march, in strict order, with 3 in front, and the holder of the decimal point sign next, and then 14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510 582 ...

    The number of sign carriers was exhausted long before the number of digits of pi, that being the nature of infinitely long numbers.

    Pi — the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter — may be an irrational number, but Mr. Shaw’s celebration of it was the height of rationality, civility and order. If one of the sign holders lost his place in line, he was quickly steered into the right spot by the rest of the participants, who took their duties seriously.

    “He was honored that it became such a holiday,” said his wife of 54 years, Catherine, “and it was a greater honor when the Exploratorium decided not to charge admission on Pi Day.”

    Because all that marching could work up an appetite, Pi Day would also feature lots of the other kind of pie. Mr. Shaw loved all varieties of pie equally, said his wife.

    “He didn’t have a favorite,” she said. “He ate everything.”

    Mr. Shaw was a native of Washington, D.C., who moved to the Bay Area with his family as a toddler. He was a graduate of Pleasant Hill High School and received a bachelor’s degree in physics in 1961 from Reed College in Portland, Ore.

    After working in physics-related jobs at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and at UC Berkeley — and then taking time off to tour Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula on a motorcycle and hike through the Sierra — Mr. Shaw joined the Exploratorium staff in 1972.

    He specialized in helping the museum’s artists-in-residence turn their often-wild ideas into actual Exploratorium exhibits, and he also helped design a lighthearted series of hexagons that visitors would step, bounce and dance upon to create abstract music.

    The best part of Pi Day, Mr. Shaw believed, was its ability to make math seem accessible and fun to those average folks who may have suffered through it during their school days.

    “He loved to help people realize they are capable, and that they can get involved in areas of human thought that they thought were closed to them,” said his wife. “That’s what the Exploratorium stands for, too.”


    Mr. Shaw is survived by his wife, of Mill Valley; and by two daughters, Tara Shaw of Berkeley and Sara Shaw of Spokane, Wash.

    A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Buddhist Temple of Marin at 390 Miller Ave., Mill Valley. Pie will be served.

    Steve Rubenstein is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: srubenstein@sfchronicle.com Twitter: @SteveRubeSF
    This is somewhat ironic given that I posted about created holidays just yesterday.
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    Happy PI DAY 2018

    And RIP Stephen Hawking.

    People Think It's an Interesting Coincidence That Stephen Hawking Died on Pi Day
    By ASHLEY HOFFMAN 10:34 AM EDT

    Some people on the internet think Stephen Hawking couldn’t have calculated a better day to die.

    The 76-year-old theoretical physicist, one of science’s most famous luminaries died on March 14, also known as National Pi Day — an annual day for scientists and mathematicians around the world to celebrate the value of pi that even includes deals on pizzas and actual pies. Suffice it to say that the noteworthy coincidence was not lost on the internet.

    The date of Hawking’s death — 3/14 — is significant because 3.14 are the first three digits of pi, a bedrock of geometry. Specifically, it’s the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Naturally, the fact that science’s big celebration overlapped with the day the life of the party left us is making people geek out about the details.

    As soon as news spread that Hawking died early Wednesday morning in London, people were quick to to connect the dots.
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    Also, pi is the only thing standing between an opinion and an onion.

    (and dog is God backwards... where's that mind-blown gif?)

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    Celebrate Pi Day March 14 with $3.14 pizza, free pie and more

    Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY Published 6:00 a.m. ET March 13, 2019 | Updated 11:12 a.m. ET March 14, 2019

    What is Pi Day? It's celebrated each year on March 14 (since 3, 1, 4 are the first three significant digits of π). Impress your friends with these facts 10Best

    It’s not irrational to find pizzas for $3.14 Thursday.

    March 14 is Pi Day, an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi), which is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. The trillion-digit ratio is rounded to 3.14.

    Albert Einstein was born on Pi Day and last year noted astrophysicist Stephen Hawking died on the made-up holiday.

    Pi Day, not to be confused with Pie Day held in January, is a day with deals on pizza, pastry and pot pies.

    Aside from calculating your savings, it's a day to have fun with math too, said Syracuse University mathematics professor Graham Leuschke. He said you can search for your birthday in the digits of π and can create a "pi-ku" similar to a haiku poem.

    PiDay.org, which calls itself the official site for Pi Day, has additional ideas for activities to celebrate the day.

    Pi Day pizza deals

    Here are the deals available at participating locations Thursday unless otherwise noted. To be on the safe side, always check with your closest location before heading out. Also, some will require you to have a restaurant's app or be signed up for emails.

    &Pizza: The company, which calls itself "an anti-establishment establishment," is holding weddings at four of its locations Thursday for selected couples and is offering a discount through Uber Eats Wednesday through Sunday. With promo code PIDAY19, get $3.14 off all &pizza and Uber Eats deliveries.

    7-Eleven: With the 7Rewards app, get one slice of pizza for 50 cents. Or buy a whole pie in-store and get 314 7Rewards bonus points. With 7NOW, the convenience store chain's delivery service, get up to two whole pizzas for $3.14 each.

    Bertucci’s: Buy any large pizza and get a second pizza for $3.14 with code PIDAY. The chain says this deal “is available at all locations for lunch and dinner, and through all ordering platforms.”

    BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse: Get a mini one-topping pizza for $3.14 Thursday. Dine-in only. Learn more at www.bjsrestaurants.com/piday.

    Blaze Pizza: The chain’s smartphone app is needed to get the $3.14 Pi Day deal Thursday on custom pizzas. One per order and in-restaurant only.

    Cicis: Buy one adult buffet and large drink Thursday and get a second adult buffet for $3.14 with a coupon.

    Domino’s: Not specific for Pi Day but through April 28, Domino’s is giving Piece of the Pie Rewards members an easy way to earn points that can redeemed for a free Domino's pizza – no matter what brand's pizza they buy. The latest version of Domino’s mobile app is needed to "to scan a pizza or an eligible image of a pizza.” Learn more at www.pointsforpies.com.

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    Fired Pie: From 2 p.m. to close Thursday, get any one-topping pizza for $3.14 with purchase of a drink. Limit one per person and not valid on third-party delivery services.

    Fresh Brothers: Get any personal pizza for $3.14 Thursday for pick up, dine-in and delivery with promo code PIDAY on Thursday, March 14. Not valid with third-party services.

    Hungry Howie's: Through Thursday, with the purchase of any Howie Bread at regular menu price, get a medium one-topping pizza for $3.14 with promo code 19PI. Carry out orders only. Florida locations are not participating in this promotion.

    Jet's Pizza: Buy a large pizza at regular price Thursday and get a medium one-topping round pizza for $3.14 with code 314. While supplies last.

    Mountain Mike’s Pizza: Get $5 off any Mountain-sized pizza with code 079984, or $3 off any large pizza Thursday with promo code 317445.

    Pie Five Pizza: Get any 11-inch Signature Pizza for $3.14 Thursday. Limit one pizza per person and in-store only. No topping modifications allowed and there will be an additional charge for cauliflower crust, gluten-free crust and vegan cheese.

    Pieology: Buy one Artisan Thin Pizza, get a second for $3.14 Thursday. Plus, Pie Life Rewards members making a purchase on Pi Day will get $2 off their next order. The chain also is holding the "Perfect Pieology Pull” cheese-pull contest. “Customers simply visit the nearest Pieology, roll up their sleeves, start pulling, and documenting their best efforts," the company said in a statement. "After submitting their photo or video posts on Instagram using the hashtag, #perfectpieologypull, the public will vote on the top five entries and the best ‘pull’ will be named champion and receive a $50 Pieology gift card.” Enter by midnight Thursday.

    Pizza Inn: New and existing reward members get a Chocolate Chip Pizzert for $3.14 Thursday. The rewards app is available at www.pizzainn.com/rewards.

    Rotolo’s Pizzeria: Get one-topping eight-inch pizzas for $3.14 Thursday for dine-in only at participating locations. Gulf Coast stores in Alabama are not included.

    Slice: A mobile app that works with more than 10,000 pizzerias is offering $7 off pizza orders Thursday for new users with promo code LOCALPI7. This is for credit card orders and only on a user's first order with the app. “Minimum order total after deductions and promotions must be $15.50,” the offer's fine print states. Download the app at www.slicelife.com.

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    Villa Italian Kitchen: Get full-size Neapolitan Cheese Pizzas for $3.14 Thursday with a coupon. Sign up for the coupon at www.villaitaliankitchen.com/piday.

    Your Pie: The fast-casual pizza brand will have $3.14 pizzas at participating locations. In-store only, while supplies last. Additional pizzas or menu items may be purchased at full price. Stores also will offer games, bounce-back deals, prizes and giveaways throughout the day. Learn more at www.yourpie.com/pieday.
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    Other Pi Day deals

    Bakers Square: Get $2 off any whole pie Wednesday or Thursday and double-crust fruit pies also will be baked with the pi symbol. Excludes cheesecake and carrot cake. Only valid when ordered in-restaurant and while supplies last.

    Biggby Coffee: The Apple Pie Latte returns and is $3.14 Thursday.

    Bojangles’: Get three Sweet Potato Pies for $3.14 Thursday while supplies last at participating locations. No coupon or app offer needed.

    Boston Market: With a Pi Day coupon Thursday, get a free Rotisserie Chicken Pot Pie with the purchase of another pot pie and drink at any one of the more than 450 U.S. locations. The coupon is available at www.bostonmarket.com.


    Boston Market has a Pi Day deal on March 14 on its pot pies. (Photo: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO FROM BOSTON MARKET)

    California Pizza Kitchen: Get a slice of Key Lime Pie for $3.14 Thursday.

    California Tortilla: The fast-casual Mexican chain is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Thursday. Get a free order of chips and queso with any purchase when you say “Pot o’ Gold” when placing your order. In-store only and cannot be combined with any other offer.

    Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen: Order the restaurant’s Homemade Chicken Pot Pie for dining in or to-go Thursday and get a free second pie to bake at home. No coupon needed, and Cheddar’s says it will provide the baking instructions. Learn more at www.cheddars.com/pieday.

    Fresh Market: Get $3.14 off Old Fashioned Apple and Cherry Pies along with Chicken Pot Pies from the deli Thursday.

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    Kroger: Select pies are $3.14 for Pi Day including apple, cherry, peach and pumpkin pies.

    Marie Callender's: Get a free slice of pie Thursday with purchase of a full-price adult menu and a coupon posted at www.mariecallenders.com/coupon-piday. Not valid with other promotions including Kids Eat Free, happy hour menu, lunch combos and daily dish specials.

    Schlotzsky’s: The fast-casual chain is celebrating National Potato Chip Day Thursday. Get a free bag of potato chips with entrée purchase.

    Starbucks: The coffee giant has one of its Happy Hour events on Pi Day. Starting at 3 p.m. Thursday, buy any grande or larger handcrafted espresso beverage or Frappuccino blended drink and get one free. This deal has been loaded on Starbucks Rewards members accounts. Non-members can sign up for the offer by creating an account at Starbucks.com. You can either add a Starbucks gift card to the account or choose an instant digital card when setting up the account.
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    Mathletes rejoice! Get 1 Breakfast Slider, 1 small Hash Brown Nibblers® & 1 small coffee for only $3.14. Only on 3/14. #PiDay http://bit.ly/wc_piday

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    Stop & Shop: All stores are selling eight-inch pumpkin, apple and Dutch apple pies for $3.14 Thursday.

    White Castle: With a Pi Day coupon, get a Breakfast Slider combo for $3.14 Thursday. The combo includes a Breakfast Slider, hash brown and small coffee. The coupon is posted at www.whitecastle.com/pi-day.

    Whole Foods Market: Large bakery pies are $3.14 off the regular price Thursday. Varieties vary by region.

    More deals: Some local pizzerias, smaller chains and bakeries also will celebrate Pi Day with specials. Check social media accounts to find additional offers.

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    ttt 4 2020

    I usually don't post on the weekends but my academy closed for covid-19.
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