Our last question asked: On Saturday, math enthusiasts got to double their enjoyment of a certain holiday for the first time in 100 years. What do we mean? Saturday (marked annual 3/14) marked the annual Pi Day, and this year the first 10 digits of the mathematical constant (3.141592653) "ever-so-briefly" matched "those of the month, date, year, hour, minute and second: 3/14/15 at 9:26:53 a.m. (and, for anyone not using military time, again at 9:26:53 p.m.)."
Congratulations to "incorrigible writer" Chris Lombardi for being first to answer it was Pi Day and also to Joe Zingher for being first to explain why this Pi Day was especially special! Honorable mentions belong to Thomas Feyer, David Daniel, Lori Nash Byron, Marilyn Parel, Sara Kay, Daniel Schwartz, John Wall, Carissa Marie Ryan, Dagmar Ebaugh, Brianne O'Donnell, Ron Casalotti, HT Linke, Aislinn, Andrew Holtz, Rachel Roh, James Mason (who adds that it's "also Einstein's birthday"), Carrie Gray, Vige Barrie and Alan Blaustein for getting that right, as well.
As for today's question, here it is: What is Yahoo setting out to "kill?"
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