Take that, Douglas Coupland

Following his lead, in jest, just to show Malcolm Gladwell that not all blog postings are based on the New York Times, here’s something from the Globe and Mail online, in which a Japanese man has pi’d out:

bq. Akira Haraguchi, 60, needed more than 16 hours to recite the number to 100,000 decimal places, breaking his personal best of 83,431 digits set in 1995, his office said. He made the attempt at a public hall in Kisarazu, just east of Tokyo.

So, which would you rather listen to: this recitation, or a CD of paint drying?


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