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Peter Andersson
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12
Feb

The most common way if keeping track of the time in a computer is by counting the seconds since the day Unix was born, i.e. Jan 1 1970. This is called Unix Epoch and is used in all Posix system, including Windows.


Feb 13 23:31:30 UTC is it 1234567890 seconds since Epoch, this is worth celebrating so have a Ubuntu Cola or a Jolt Cola.


At http://coolepochcountdown.com/ you can follow the exiting countdown to 1234567890.


I will run:

$ watch -n 1 date +%s


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One Response to “Tomorrow the time is 1234567890”

  1. Fazli Says:

    Party!! haha… http://www.1234567890day.com/

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