because holidays! What good is a calendar if we don’t schedule holydays to celebrate, which requires not shopping (as if), … Continue reading Let's Get to Making Holydays for the holidays
Numerology in Calendar Systems Makes Memorization Easier. Well, recently having come across a series of posts on slashdot.org regarding the … Continue reading From Seconds to Precessions
the Leap Year Day falls today (technically because 2012 is a leap year on the Gregorian Calendar). It occurs every … Continue reading Leap Year Day 0
Absolutely nothing – zero is the antithesis of great and big. As sometimes happens I was noodling around, thinking while … Continue reading What’s so Great about Zero?
February 29th: the most disruptive weekday of all time. The leap year, or leap day, is the most disruptive aspect … Continue reading Leap Year Day
weekdays vs new year’s day and the leap year day? A common argument against proposed calendars focuses on the use … Continue reading the question of non-weekdays
The Year in Secondary Moments CBC.ca reported: “Extra second to make 2008 even longer” theAbysmal Calendar will likewise have to … Continue reading Make every second count