Happy Binary Day! Enjoy 11-11-11 while it lasts since the next binary day won’t be until the next century (January 1, 2100).
Want to send a coded message in binary? Use the link to convert either text or binary.
Here’s a nostalgic musical message for you: 01101000 01110100 01110100 01110000 00111010 00101111 00101111 01100010 01101001 01110100 00101110 01101100 01111001 00101111 01110011 01101100 01100011 01110000 00110101 01001110
Well, Marian Wirth , I thought you were a man of few words:) Since I only have mobile access all day, I’m going to have to wait until this evening to decode and respond.
Rajini Rao This is the most amazing post I have seen,,,you just have me smiling …and i played that nostalgic message,,,,,,,which had me wonder eyed.
Will leave a message here for you. … ”
Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow
Don’t stop, it’ll soon be here
It’ll be better than before
Yesterday’s gone, yesterday’s gone
Fleetwood Mac Don’t Stop
Have a fantastic day my friend….You rock ( smiling )
Kershaw Rustomji 0010101100110001
Rajini Rao When you have decoded it, you’ll see that I – in very few words – touched exactly this point 😉
What fun! Got me thinking about condensing the oh’s and ones…
We could pseudo-zip the binary string into a tighter package. Replace all sequential “0”s with an alpha representation (0=a, 00=b, 000=c,etc.) Ones are packaged by count (1=1, 11=2, 111=3, etc.)
The Ovaltine message then becomes:
About 45% shorter, nearly binary, but now two encodings away from the message.
Anony Mole a1b2c1b4a1b2b
Marian Wirth , I can never say anything in 140 char or less, in binary or otherwise! 🙂
Rajini Rao Your 11:47 PM message are 88 chars 😛
Marian Wirth , which one? My time stamp is different from yours. I must have been using my phone. My brevity has astounded me. Whatever can I accomplish next? 😀
Rajini Rao The “+Marian Wirth , I can never say anything in 140 char or less, in binary or otherwise! :)” one 😀
Here, Binary Day is now over.
Happy Weekend, then!
Thank you ^^
Rajini Rao Today is Veterans day. And I know you like this :
Hadn’t heard that version before, Tom Lee ! Of course, love CCR’s cover! Took me right back to my college days and an old tape player 🙂
Don’t know who covers that song but I like it!
Fantastic! Rajini Rao