Humor: On Feb, Friday 13, 2009 Unix time Will Be 1234567890

Unix time (POSIX time) is a system for describing points in time, defined as the number of seconds elapsed since midnight Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) of January 1, 1970, not counting leap seconds.

At 11:31:30pm UTC on Feb 13, 2009, Unix time will reach 1,234,567,890. You can verify this as follows:
$ date -d@1234567890
Sample output:

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Fri Feb 13 17:31:30 CST 2009

This will be happening on Sat Feb 14th early in the morning in New Delhi, India (IST local time):
$ date -d@1234567890
Sample output:

Sat Feb 14 05:01:30 IST 2009


One of those magic times: On Friday the 13th!
(found via slashdot)

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5 comments… add one
  • Eugene Orlov Feb 10, 2009 @ 7:15

    Friday 13 is believed to be unhappy because of Templar Order, see Wiki for more info.

  • Bruno Feb 10, 2009 @ 11:23

    For Mac user : the command is

    $ date -r 1234567890

    in UK the result is Ven 13 Feb 2009 23:31:30 GMT

  • omgirc Feb 10, 2009 @ 22:44

    neat parlor trick. but does it have any useful traits?

  • Jacki Feb 15, 2009 @ 9:21

    Oh its cool !

  • pga Jul 29, 2010 @ 12:43

    This is great!

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