10.11.11 – Happy Binary Day #1!

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Happy Binary Day #12! Binary Day #02 was on the 1st10 of November, and our next one will be tomorrow.

It's rather humbling to think nobody will have this experience again for another thousand years. Not only that, those who do will most likely never have interfaced with a binary computer before, save for enthusiasts and curators of ancient computer museums. Binarytologists?

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