On Friday, February 13, the official Unix calendar will pass a very geeky milestone. POSIX, the official time-keeping method for Unix, which is measured in the number of seconds that have passed since the clock started ticking at midnight on January 1, 1970 (not including leap seconds), will hit 1234567890. No doomsday scenario here. Just geek cool. Keep reading...
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